Indie darlings Blondfire are quickly making a name for themselves with their bright alt-rock sound and anthemic lyrics. Frontwoman Erica Driscoll sings with a light, airy quality and strums her electric with ease while her brother Bruce shifts between different instruments throughout their sets. Whether they're experimenting with synths on fan favorite "Where The Kids Are" or playing newer material from 2014's Young Heart, Blondfire are a dynamic duo that packs a punch during their live performances.
Hailing from Grand Rapids, Michigan, siblings Bruce and Erica Driscoll formed their first act Nectar in high school, ditching their classes to play gigs around the country. They moved to New York City a few years later and began performing under the name Astaire,earning a local fanbase with a popular EP titled Don't Whisper Lies. After a run-in with reps from Fred Astaire's estate the band changed their name to Blondfire. A live EP soon followed as well as tours alongside fellow indie acts like Ivy and Stars. Since then the band has come out with two full-length records including 2014's Young Heart, which features their smash-hit "Where The Kids Are", a down-tempo, carefree track that gives fans a taste of the album's dreamy synthpop. The song garnered major radio airplay and led to headlining tours throughout the US. With their catchy tunes and energetic live shows, Blondfire are a promising duo that keeps getting hotter and hotter.