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Grown locally from the rolling green hills of Berkshire County Massachusetts, The Interlopers are best described as a young, organic, and joy-inducing musical organism. Drawing upon the uplifting sounds of classic R&B/ Soul as well as 70’s era rock and pop music, The Interlopers create a unique and fresh approach to a genre-bending, feel-good music style all their own. With a tight rhythm section, led by Lead Vocalist and Drummer Curtis Kelley and Guitarist Nicholas Veinoglou, along with the bright and lively horn section led by Trumpet Player Ariel Shrum, The Interlopers are sure to inspire listeners of all ages to jump to their feet, smile from ear to ear and dance with a joyful ferocity. Showcasing their uplifting lyrics, unmistakable hooks, and fierce musicianship, The Interlopers have released 2 self-produced recorded works and will be releasing their 3rd independent album in 2014. This also marks their final year at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, and one can be sure to expect great things from these young musicians as they plan their first national tour next summer.