Winter Storm Inga has kept everyone inside and bored these past couple days, but The Station in Carrboro is holding a show on Friday to offer a chance for people to come out and have some fun.
“I think it’s a really fluid bill with three really good bands,” said Zach Dunham, a member of Arson Daily, one of the bands performing. “We are going to get really rowdy.”
Arson Daily formed in October 2014 while all of the band members were students at Appalachian State University in Boone. The group started by performing at house parties and, following graduation, made the move to Raleigh where they focused on narrowing their sound and putting out an EP titled “What’s on Your Mind?”
Dunham described Arson Daily’s music as indie, garage rock.
“The main point is that it’s high energy,” said Dunham. “We’re very upbeat.”
In addition to Arson Daily, the bands The Remarks and Echo Courts are also a part of the show. Both groups similarly identify as indie rock bands.
Like Arson Daily, The Remarks formed in Boone while attending Appalachian State University. Founding member Aaron Aiken got the group together after being asked to perform at a friend’s house party.
“We learned the first album in a week,” said Aiken. “We didn’t even know each other and were very fresh.”
Since that first week, The Remarks have developed their sound and figured out what music style they like as a band. The group is excited to play three new songs at the show on Friday and is looking ahead to a busy schedule.