The Thursdays, Downtown free summer concert series continues with indie-rockers The Tins on Aug. 1. The Tins weave captivating harmonic anthems into a sonic fabric laced with threads of 60’s psychedelic pop, static-washed folk, and new-wave art-rock.
Together, keyboardist Mike Santillo, drummer Dave Muntner, guitarist Adam Putzer and bassist Justin John Smith draw listeners into a world crackling with “brilliant pop exuberance” (USA Today).
The Tins debut album, “Life’s a Gas,” was written by the band with producer Joe Blaney (Prince, The Clash). Since then, they have gone on to work with Grammy award-winning producer Ted Young (Kurt Vile, Andrew W.K.), Robby Takac (Goo Goo Dolls) and toured extensively throughout North America.
Lost Boy, from West Valley, will open the concert at 6 p.m.
Thursdays, Downtown is a collaboration between the Village of Springville, Town of Concord and Springville Center for the Arts. Concerts take place at Heritage Park, Factory Street, Springville.
For more information, contact Springville Center for the Arts at 592-9038.