The Mondegreens’ sound is a little hard to define. Perhaps that’s because three of the band’s four members contribute tunes, each bringing something a little different to the mix. “We have a lot of shared influences,” said David Friedlander, singer and bass player. “But we also have different hues in our (respective) color wheels.”
The result is a unique type of harmony-driven, folk-tinged indie rock — the kind that can run from dusty, shambling Americana to bright and modern in a single set.
Friedlander said it’s been fun and rewarding to pursue music with his friends.
“I feel like I’m incredibly lucky — I feel like kind of the luckiest person to have stumbled into this partnership,” he told the Herald. “That I get to hang out with three of the people I care about most in the world, and people seem to enjoy hearing us do what we like doing best — it’s really indescribable.”
Tickets are $5 in advance / $7 day of show
In person at Brewminatti or online www.therootscellar.com