The Cotones are a Boston, Massachusetts–based indie/alternative rock group. The band has played in and around the Boston area as well as up and down the east coast. Influenced by artists such as Queens of the Stone Age, Father John Misty, Led Zeppelin, Royal Blood, David Bowie, and the National, the Cotones strive to write songs that come from a genuine place of expressing their worldview while being able to entertain and catch the attention of their listeners. The band puts on an energetic, engaging, and diverse live show that will leave you wanting more. The subject matter of their lyrics spans from politics and mental health to love, hate, and the human condition. As people, they try not to take themselves too seriously, but they take what they do very seriously. Their new anti-Trump single, "The Party's Over", is now available on Spotify, Apple Music, and all other major platforms.
Lithic is just four guys with a love for big hooks, memorable riffs, and expensive overdrive pedals. They have found a home for thier genre-bending sound in Boston, which has been described by fans as “alternative psychedelic grunge.” The band plans to move to Los Angeles once all of its members graduate from Berklee College of Music at the end of this semester. As a band, they push the envelope, fuse genres, and hope to open the minds of those who give them a listen.
Check out the music video to "The Party's Over" by the Cotones below: