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Adult Roommates


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"These Dallas, TX rockers are equal bits Gary Clark Jr. and ZZ Ward, and we're happy to be premiering their track "Generator" whose delightful Tame Impala's "Elephant"-esque intro gives the track a propulsive spurt right out of the gates. It's off their upcoming LP, Adult Roommates, and we're ready to hear more." - Baebel Music

"Dallas-based Somebody's Darling have all the elements you would expect from a Southern rock band: Lead singer Amber Farris' commanding vocals, dominant guitars, powerful drums, and lyrics that make you pay attention." - CULTURE COLLiDE

"As lead singer of Somebody's Darling, this year's Dallas Observer Music Awards-winning country act, Amber Farris has a stage presence and voice that could rival any of the genre's heaviest hitters. Farris' vocals are raw,powerful and wholly unique, giving Somebody's Darling a sound that is immensely popular with local music fans. There are more young local bands than ever that are fronted by women, and Amber Farris is the example that they should all look up to." - Dallas Observer

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Somebody's Darling


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Somebody's Darling


Their name may sound like a soft lullaby, but Somebody's Darling are anything but sleepy. A little bit Gary Clark Jr. with a hint of ZZ Ward, the talented five piece jam bluesy rock 'n' roll tunes that are big and commanding in every possible way - from lead singer Amber Farris' impressive vocal chops and wild blonde hair to the band's ballsy rhythm section and grooving guitar licks. The group has opened for some great acts including Brandi Carlile, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Shovels & Rope, Lucero, Deer Tick and Divine Fits. Now together for over 500 shows and three albums, their most recent release, 2014's Adult Roommates, take a mature and sometimes stark look at what it means to be a working band, from the on-stage chemistry to the crazy off-stage antics - summarized perfectly in the smoky fifth track, "End of the Line", where Farris croons, "This is the oldest we have been. This is the youngest we will ever be." 

Members

Amber Farris - Lead Vocals / Guitar

David Ponder - Lead Guitar

Wade Cofer - Bass / Vocals

Michael Talley - Keys / Vocals

Nate Wedan - Drums

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