It’s a known fact that certain colors give off certain emotions.
In the summer of 2007, Miars - a four piece band of Worcester, MA - decided they wanted to give off that warm and fuzzy feeling inside. Blending colors such as maroon, turquoise, mustard, and midnight black, the group resulted with a sound that can be described as a blend of experimental funk rock greatness.
Remember the TV character Alf? How he was loved by everyone but he was a little different? That’s Miars, lovable and different. Different in a musical sense, not awkward different.
Miars needed to spread this unique feeling to the masses. So, in the late summer of 2008, a 3 song demo was released to showcase their most epic tunes.
So what’s on the Miars canvas for this year, you ask? They plan on brushing on a nice hefty coat of shows in the New England area with an accent of great new music. Once they are happy with spreading their color over New England’s fences, they will enter the studio again to record a fresh batch of tunes for an upcoming full-length album.
See the color, see Miars.