The Remainers (that’s right no “D”) are an indie-rock band from Los Angeles who are eager to enter your audio cabinet. If you like a good hook, they’re certainly sufficient in that regard. They also roll with enough attitude and swagger to reinforce themselves as an authentic rock band. Kat is quite fond of the band, spinning the track “Home” on Locals Only. It could be only a matter of time before The Remainers become a household name, so might as well get a head start on the herd by jumping on the wagon waiting on the other side of this page.
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By reformation of the bands Big Rock City and Silent Six!, The Remainers engage audiences with amicable indie-rock tunes that spring from a wide variety of influences. Combining the British bravura of bands like The Beatles, Oasis, and Depeche Mode, with a tinge of American rock a la Tom Petty, The Remainers have drawn a small army of fandom in Los Angeles. Utilizing an accessible and radio-friendly approach, their songs are prime for the most novice of listeners. Lead vocalist Nate Bott carries tracks along with his crisp and melodious vocals, and his band mates accompany him with a seemingly innate touch for finding the perfect complimentary riff or chord. You can listen to their single “House” below just to get you started.
Nate Bott – Guitar/Vox
Frank Staniszewski – Keyboards
Jason Lautenschleger – Bass
Check out The Remainers website to listen and purchase their 6-song EP Formal Fridays.