Standby will be playing in Sunset Park, Brooklyn as part of the annual New York City Marathon
Standby returns to the Lumberyard Pub for a Halloween spooktacular show. Wear a costume and come out to hear some great music.
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Join Civil Pilots for the release party of their new album "Tunnels" Doors open at 6:00.
Standby returns to Widow Brown's Cafe as part of the Danbury High School 30th reunion weekend along with local favorite's The Troll's.
Sounds Like: Thank You Scientist, Dave Matthews Band, Porcupine Tree, Pink Floyd, Incubus
Manager: Garrett Rose
Bio: Standby is a 5-man alternative rock group from Connecticut who have been playing together for about three years. They have a unique sound and an uncanny ability to write and play music from almost any genre. Their shows feature a mix of fresh original songs and classic rock covers. Their full-len...See Full Bio
Standby's album "Gone for a While" is in regular rotation on Gashouse Radio in Philly. Check it our for great tunes www.gashouseradio.com
“By utilising progressive elements not commonly seen in their genre, Standby is able to provide for us something new and innovative that stands out amongst the music of their peers in the Indie Rock community. Finally, Gone for a While overcomes the esoteric nature that often comes with the niche with which it aligns itself by employing a pop-oriented mix that highlights the catchy vocal tracks above all else, and by avoiding becoming too progressive or abstract with rhythmic complexity that could potentially scare off more casual listeners; the record, while clearly being more Progressive-oriented than most in its genre, is just Pop enough to be heard. Standby has delivered, in Gone for a While, an enjoyable, polished, and easily accessible unique Indie Rock experience that teeters between being Pop and being Prog, without threatening to swing too far in either direction. RATING: 7+/10”