Melt returned to NYC with an incredible homecoming show at Webster Hall.
Formed in New York City in 2017, Melt (conformed of Veronica Stewart-Frommer, Marlo Shankweiler, Lucas Saur, and Nick Sare) continues to push the boundaries of pop with their unique sound. At their core, the band explores love, psychedelia, and identity through their existential pop songs and the unique community they're building around their music.
Their first single "Sour Candy" was responsible for putting the band on the spotlight. The song went on to reach the fifth spot on Billboard's US Viral 50 Chart. Since then, Melt has leveraged their momentum to release their first EP, "West Side Highway." This one-of-a-kind project blends an eclectic mix of inspiration that ranges from Diana Ross to Maggie Rogers. However, the most unique thing about this band is their love for community. Their music and their shows have a way of making the audience feel as though they're part of something unique. And as the band continues to be on the road for their North American Tour, you can experience this yourself.
See the photos by Claudia Rader from Melt's New York show below.
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