Although grown in a small northwest town, Indigo Kidd truly found its roots in the entertainment capital of the world. The post-punk/alternative-pop trio was warmly welcomed in the Las Vegas scene in 2016 as Eli Curtsinger showcased his nostalgia inducing baritone vocals, emotional lyrics, and shimmering guitar work, cousin Garrett Curtsinger blasted through the reverb with surf-punk beats, and bassist Dalton Willett danced across stage after stage in front of their glistening neon flamingos and marquee lights.
The trio began turning heads at the Neon Reverb music festival and was soon after opening for notable acts such as Bad Bad Hats, Starcrawler, Wavves, and Dave Keuning of The Killers. After three national tours and selling out bigger and bigger Vegas shows, Indigo Kidd seemed on an inevitable rise before the Covid-19 pandemic struck. Now, with the release of new music and a thirst for bigger and better, Indigo Kidd appears back on track as they prepare to return to the road.
““Better Off” is a sign of things to come on Indigo Kidd’s brand new EP Tired of Wasting Wishes. The EP offers you a glance into the band’s point of view on life’s realities and coming to terms with finding your role within those realities.” - AARON WILLSCHICK
“INDIGO KIDD GOES ‘PARTY GOTH’ WITH ITS NEW MONTHLY AUDIO SERIES”
“If you have ever wondered what it was like to see a group like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Smashing Pumpkins or The Cure when they were still young and playing small clubs, this might be your best chance to catch those vibes from an up and coming band who is tearing it up right now.”
“Their December debut album, Sad Daze in Happy Valley, is raw, catchy, and emotional without taking itself seriously. A refreshing blend of indie, punk, and pop that gives us high hopes for their future.”