Great Good Fine Ok are back with another earworm single – which has come to be expected from the Brooklyn-based synth-pop duo.
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Brooklyn-based synth-pop duo, Great Good Fine Ok, have a knack for penning incomparable catchy jams.
Rising synthpop duo, Great Good Fine Ok have been busy. Following the release of their III EP in 2017, Jon Sandler and Luke Moellman have been going non-stop, writing, recording and releasing music all in between seemingly endless tour dates and festival appearances.
Rising synthpop duo, Great Good Fine Ok have released the official video for their latest single, “Change.”
Rising synthpop duo, Great Good Fine Ok have released “Change” the first single from their upcoming EP due out this fall.
One of the best things about living in Colorado is that there’s always something to do, and this is definitely thanks to our thriving music scene. On any given night, you’re sure to find a live band playing anywhere across the state, whether it’s at the intimate Lost Lake in Denver or Colorado Springs’ The Black Sheep.
It seems like every month of 2017, a new “album of the year” dropped. Whether it was Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. that changed your life or if it was a smaller, unsigned artist like Virginia post-hardcore band pulses. that was pumping through your speakers throughout the majority of the year, there’s no denying that 2017 was a great year for music.
The great thing about concert season in Colorado is that there is no shortage of diverse musical acts playing on any given night. No matter your speed or taste in music, you’re bound to find something that you enjoy, whether it’s a folk show at the intimate Lost Lake Lounge, a sold-out mainstream act at the renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre, or a full-fledged party at The Marquis Theater. With countless venues scattered all over the state, from big to small, DIY to the Pepsi Center, there’s a little bit of something for everybody.
If you’re like us and hate getting stuck inside your house during the gloomy winter months, you’ve probably been searching high and low for something to keep you busy – preferably a good show. Although there are significantly less touring bands coming through town this time of the year, there are still quite a few shows worth braving the cold and the snow to start off the new year on a good foot!