When: Sun., July 17, 7:30 p.m. 2016
Duncan Fellows is the brainchild of Colin Harman and Cullen Trevino who first played music together while in college in Austin, Texas. The two connected over songs they grew up with - early Kings of Leon, The Killers, WU LYF, Animal Collective - and spent many nights playing music at Cullen's house on Duncan Lane which later inspired the naming of the band. After booking one 45-minute slot at the late Red Eyed Fly the two picked up any instruments they could find, recruited five other friends and formed a folk band that played a handful of shows around Austin during early college years. In 2012, after a few members of this band moved on to other projects the group reformed as a five-piece and took on the name Duncan Fellows. The band released their debut EP "Twelve Months Older" in 2013 which featured four original songs written by Colin & Cullen and produced by Riley Sheehan. In 2015, Duncan Fellows continued to refine their sound and released a five song EP "Marrow" produced and tracked by Chris Jacobie. Both EP's featured unique arrangements and catchy, harmonic choruses with Colin, Cullen and Margot Stevenson on vocals. The band recently played a sold out show at the famous Stubb's Bar-B-Que and continues to grow their following. They are currently working on their debut LP and planning for a release during the summer of 2016.