Combining jangly surf guitars with psychedelic synths and hip hop beats, Whiskey Autumn blends genre lines to create what can best be described as a surf dream pop sonic utopia. The band's latest single, "Birds That Flew," was described by 303 Magazine as “... jamming out where your parents don’t know about. This music means to elicit a response, to make the listener feel funky and strange in the best way.”
Hailing from Denver, CO, Whiskey Autumn consists of songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Greg Laut, guitarist and synth player Jason Paton. The group has spent the past 3 years touring throughout the US in their trusty van named Bruce, bringing their prom jams from the future to audiences at over 350 live shows with artists such as Alvvays, Deerhunter, and Frankie Cosmos. Whiskey Autumn's new album, Modern Doubt, is scheduled to drop in April 2019 with a vinyl release and national club tour.