are a bay area band composed of four twenty-something-year olds-playing dysfunctional Surf Pop-Punk/Grunge.
The Happys acquired a reputation with their rowdy live performances. Since their 2016 debut album Trippin, The Happys have embodied a vulnerability, setting their honest painful feelings of addiction to a wildly joyful surf-grunge sound.
Formed in the Bay Area, songwriter Nick Petty grew up writing music his entire life. Starting his career after overcoming addiction, depression and incarceration, powerful even strange songs started to form. The outfit is completed by Guitarist, Alex Sanchez, Bassist, Brett Brazil and Drummer Ben Moore. The Happys toured with artists such as Mad Caddies, Agent Orange, Del the Funky Homosapien, Band of Gringos, and LAW.
Since 2016, Sensi Trails has been playfully blurring the lines between Cali reggae, surf, and psychedelic rock. After releasing a 5 song EP, lead singer and guitarist Kyle Rising decided to relocate from Outerbanks North Carolina, to San Diego California. After recording and releasing the new single Just Livin' featuring Kbong of Stick Figure, he met drummer Jordan Starke and bassist/vocalist Kaya Hall. Adding a new layer of lush sound, they were soon joined by keyboardist Mike Root.
Honoring the sounds that inspired them, while mixing in fresh themes and styles, Sensi Trails is finishing their debut album. With the chemistry of catchy songs and infectious vibes, they travel the open road, on a quest to play and spread their music to the world. Bless Up.
men involved with new project Spray Allen
have plenty of individual punk rock credibility. Bassist Eric Wilson was a member of Sublime, and is now in Sublime with Rome. Meanwhile, drummer Wade Youman was in Unwritten Law, while singer Daniel Lonner and guitarist Eric Sherman were both in Late Night Episode.
Sherman describes the Spray Allen sound as “new psychedelic”—a blend of old and modern with influences coming from the ‘70s and the ‘90s. Spray Allen recently signed on with Old Bull Management, a connection made through their work with Sublime with Rome.
With a double album and hopefully a tour on the way, things are looking sublime for Spray Allen.