Cliffdiver & Action/Adventure
with Keep Flying , Fight Back Mtn.
Cliffdiver – 10:30pm
Action/Adventure – 9:30pm
Keep Flying – 8:45pm
Fight Back Mtn. – 8:00pm
Doors – 7:00pm
*Set times are approximate and subject to change without notice.
Hailing from Tulsa, Oklahoma, CLIFFDIVER is a band that defies boundaries, pushing the limits of their genre with every note. Formed in 2018, this dynamic group has been on a relentless journey of musical exploration, cementing their reputation as one of rock’s most exciting and innovative acts. In May 2022, CLIFFDIVER burst onto the scene with their electrifying debut album, unleashed via SideOneDummy Records. The record sent shockwaves through the industry, establishing CLIFFDIVER as a force to be reckoned with. Their distinctive sound, characterized by catchy guitar riffs, infectious melodies, and emotionally charged lyrics, quickly caught the attention of music enthusiasts worldwide. The band’s ascent continued as they embarked on a series of US tour s, sharing stages with industry heavyweights like Bowling for Soup and Less Than Jake. Their high-energy performances captivated audiences, earning them a dedicated fan base that grew with every show. The pinnacle of CLIFFDIVER’s live journey in 2022 was their unforgettable appearance at Riot Fest, where they left an indelible mark on the festival circuit. Their explosive stage presence and unwavering passion for their craft left fans clamoring for more. In 2023, CLIFFDIVER took a bold step by releasing a cover of X-Ray Spex’s iconic...
Action/Adventure shouldn’t be here. At least, that’s what the Chicago-based five-piece seem to think. They’re wrong – very wrong – but that’s the overriding theme of their debut album. That’s partly why they named it Imposter Syndrome – because when the band signed to Pure Noise Records, they couldn’t quite believe it. Even after they released their seven-track EP Pulling Focus in 2021, and even after that EP’s lead track “Barricades” went viral on TikTok, it didn’t feel real. After all, this is a label that’s put out some of their favorite albums by some of their favorite bands, and now they were a part of it. That sense of confused bewilderment was compounded by the timing of it all.
“For us,” says lead vocalist Blake Evaristo, “having a debut on Pure Noise is insane. Especially because, when “Barricades” blew up for us and we got all that TikTok clout, it happened during the pandemic, so we didn’t even play a show till nearly a year later. And I feel like in that time, we were having imposter syndrome, hence the title. It didn’t feel real.”
“And honestly,” adds vocalist/guitarist Brompton Jackson, “it still doesn’t even feel real....