The Band CAMINO sign to Elektra Records, release new EP 'try hard'
The genre of indie rock is one of the most overcrowded genres in music right now with familiar, veteran indie pop bands such as The 1975, Foster the People, LANY and others continuing to dominate the scene while smaller bands lurk in the shadows. Coming out from those very shadows are Memphis, TN natives, The Band CAMINO. The band has set themselves apart from the air of familiarity with their infectious indie pop sounds. By bringing new and refreshing guitar riffs and beats to the table, The Band CAMINO has already managed to garner thousands of fans in a very short period of time.
Comprised of members Jeffery Jordan, Graham Rowell, Spencer Stewart, and Garrison Burgess, The Band CAMINO have released three EP’s My Thoughts On You (2016), Heaven (2017), and their most recent EP, try hard (2019). In addition, they’ve put out an array of anthemic and gleaming singles that have collectively amassed over 70 million streams in the U.S. alone. The EP try hard is the band’s debut release on Elektra Records, which features a re-release of their hit “Daphne Blue” as well as the heartbreak anthem "See Through." You can stream try hard on Spotify here and watch the music video for “Daphne Blue” below.
The Band CAMINO have also announced their biggest headlining tour to date. The 35 date run aims to fill 1,000-2,000 capacity venues across the nation including New York City’s Webster Hall on September 12, House of Blues in Chicago on September 22 and two back to back nights at Los Angeles’ El Rey Theater on October 7 and 8. Tickets for all tour dates are still available and can be found here.