Come see us for free in Streetlife in downtown Red Bank. We will be at the Dublin house from 6 to 9! Come see a set and eat some haggis.
Out Loud Agency presents: Breaking Even, The Fifth Down, Alaskan Kings, and others.... a the Saint. All local bands and great talent
It was so good, we were invited BACK! Sunday Brave will again be rockin the Exposed Music Festival @ Dingbatz in Clifton NJ! Our exact show time TBA so stay tuned. Tix are avail by request to one of the band members or by sending $10 to firstname.lastname@example.org via PayPal Trust us, THIS is the show you don't want to miss
Sounds Like: The Beatles, Ben Folds Five, New Found Glory, Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World
Bio: From simple beginnings of some poor planning to become a ska band, The Fifth Down began as a group of friends playing for a middle school talent show. Originally The Autumn Foundation, then Infamus Dru, and many other names in between, The Fifth Down became the final name for the group of five mi...See Full Bio
“The two bands I noticed that didn’t fall into the trap of a pop-punk sound and the disguise of an easy, catchy chorus were The Fifth Down from Red Bank and Cinnaminson’s If All Else Fails, with whom I had the pleasure to talk about their history, music and beating the small-town musician’s nightmare. The Fifth Down was the third act of the day. They were young and energetic and donned all-black pants-and-dress-shirt attire. I thought the first song was falling into the depths of pop-punk blah, but as they progressed through their set list, it was clear they had a wide array of influences. Hearing small, high school bands, my first thought is to pinpoint the artists they so clearly worship, yet I just couldn’t place these influences with The Fifth Down. The songs took on a rockabilly sound, and the keyboardist did an excellent job of making the band memorable. The band’s lead vocalist, Kyle Murphy, explained, “the keyboardist has ’50s influences, and me and the guitarist”