Beloved by fans and critics in its hometown, Denver-based Wildermiss closed out 2017 as one of the most exciting acts to emerge from the Mile High City. The promising quartet built up a strong, impassioned grassroots following that helped propel it to a pair of back-to-back wins in KTCL’s benchmark promotions, the annual Big Gig this past summer and Hometown for the Holidays-
not to mention multiple sold-out headlining shows of their own.


Described best as “… a little sweet spot where indie rock, shoegaze and folk rock all intersect” (Blurt Online), The Still Tide is the seasoned, luminous sound of multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Anna Morsett, co-founding member and guitarist Jacob Miller and the rhythm section of drummer Joe Richmond and bassist Nate Meese. Since leaving New York City’s jagged cityscape for their current home beneath the mountains of Denver’s skyline they’ve put out three EPs and have been hard at work touring and crafting new songs within the Colorado music scene. Their newest EP “Run Out”, the first with producer, engineer and drummer Joe Richmond (Churchill, Tennis) is out nationally on Denver record label Greater Than Collective.


The Oh Hellos After Party

featuring Wildermiss and The Still Tide

Fri, Mar 16
Free Show