Hailing from Kansas City comes an eclectic organic sound manifesting in form of a power trio. As one reviewer of The Monarchs first full length album put it, which flew its way on to the internet March 12, 2012, "... a Psychedelic twist and turn through vintage riffs and tones, driving drumbeats, and sexy writhing melodies." The Monarchs play in an ambitious, intuitive, and improvisational manner. They bring their sound creations to life by pushing each new moment into their art.
With a smorgasbord of influences, The Monarchs forge a melting pot of genres together which range from the phrasing of jazz and blues to the pure raw passion of grunge. With every instrument wielding its own hook while simultaneously building a cohesive piece of art with ambient overtones. The Monarchs work as one natural collective conscious that can break into a jam at will then seamlessly slip back in to a established piece.
With a bassist and drummer that have been best friends since they were 4 and a guitarist/vocalist that has known the other two for less time but the band still feels as if they have known each other for life. The Monarchs are a true band of brothers. With the cohesion gives way to a tight wave of spiritual and physical energy that reveals itself in The Monarchs live performance that only a band with such a tight pact can possess.