This Sunday we are spotlighting Philadelphia’s newest stars in the scene, Grayscale. Formed in 2011, the group currently features lead vocalist Collin Walsh, lead guitarist and backup vocalist Andrew Kyne, rhythm guitarist and backup vocalist Dallas Molster, bassist Nick Ventimiglia, and drummer Nick Veno. The five piece, has released three EP’s and two full length albums since their formation in 2011, in 2017 they announced their signing with label, Fearless Records. Soon after, they released their debut full length, ‘Adronment’ which came along with great reception and praise from all who gave it a listen. They have since released another full length that came with mixed reviews from fans. They have also made a name for themselves because of their high quality and popularity of merchandise.
Grayscale has toured a good amount over the years and have begun headlining shows in both the United States and the United Kingdom. Some bands they have toured with include, WSTR, Belmont, State Champs, Jetty Bones, Mayday Parade, The Maine, Real Friends, Four Year Strong, and Boston Manor. Along with support and headline tours, the boys have played a lot of festival slots at festivals such as, the Vans Warped Tour, Sophomore Slump, Sad Summer, Snowed In, Four Chord, Slam Dunk, and Riot Fest. They draw in consistent crowds with excited fans that will always have a good time during their sets.
Grayscale has made a name for themselves in the past few years and their next few years in their career are going to be dedicated to solidifying their place as heavyweights in the music scene. They are going to continue being on top of the mountain with merchandise and their musical sound will continue to develop and their fanbase will grow. This band has a formula figured out that a lot of other bands have not figured out quite yet which is giving them a distinct advantage when it comes to getting their names out to those who don’t listen to them already. A truly unique and captivating band that has put on a good show every time I have seen them and would recommend them to anyone that is looking for new bands to listen to.