All Ages
Friday, April 07
Doors: 7pm Show: 8pm

“Dirty, fun, and caked in garage grime, the songs are unconcerned with trends.”

-Bob Gendron, Chicago Tribune

INTHEWHALE have been turning heads and accumulating a mass of die hard fans and followers thanks to a relentless tour schedule and an explosive live performance.

Artists and festival promoters have caught notice, with the band playing Riot Fest, Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, and Afro Punk, as well as shows with Jane’s Addiction, Descendents, The Offspring, Gogol Bordello and many more.

The band celebrated their seven year anniversary in 2018 with “Dopamine,” a six track EP produced by Steve Evetts (The Used, Sepultura, Dillinger Escape Plan) and recorded at the Foo Fighters’ famed Studio 606.

Dopamine’s first week sales made it on to the Billboard Heatseekers, Independent Albums and Heatseekers Mountain (#1) charts, without the support of a label, or mainstream radio play.

Before the pandemic, INTHEWHALE went into 2020 full speed ahead with a newly inked record deal with Golden Robot Records and returned to Studio 606, again with Steve Evetts, to record “Vanishing Point,” a 7 song recording. In October of 2021, INTHEWHALE released Vanishing Point and shortly thereafter embarked on a three week tour of the UK, supporting the record.

“This is a band that is primed to go to the next level, and they are just MADE for the UK market.”

-Simon Moyse, God Is In The TV

Catch INTHEHWHALE forever on tour all over the US, Canada and UK in 2023 and beyond.

In The Whale is an American alternative rock band from Greeley, Colorado composed of Nathaniel Valdez and Eric Riley. In The Whale began as a solo project for vocalist Nathaniel Valdez while obtaining his Masters in Educational Psychology at the University of Northern Colorado. With the addition of drummer Eric Riley, the duo relocated to Denver, CO. Both Valdez and Riley were raised in conservative and religious households. However, most of the content of their songs displays rebellious attitude against the views they were taught as youths.
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