Sweet Ascent, Never Let This Go and more at The Dirty 30

Sweet Ascent, Never Let This Go and more at The Dirty 30

Offended By Everything

Wed ยท November 15, 2017

7:00 pm

$10.00 - $12.00

Sweet Ascent
Sweet Ascent
From Lawrence, Kansas, Sweet Ascent is a four-piece rock band comprised of Jordan Rebman, Bobby Louden, Jacob Dorn, and Allex Wilson. Beginning in 2012, the group has undergone many changes both in membership and style to become the ensemble they are today. From humble basement beginnings, the journey of Sweet Ascent has taken no short cuts. The group has released three 5-track EPs, and although earlier songs tell stories of young love and following dreams, the EP 'WAR' was a turning point in style and sound, shaping the band's future. 'WAR' is the journal of a group facing the end of what has been an incredible battle. Its deep lyrics, well thought concept, and newfound rock roots are what held the band together and allowed it to emerge stronger than ever.
Never Let This Go
Never Let This Go
Never Let This Go is a rock band out of Tempe, Arizona. Started in 2013, the band has played countless shows in their home state and across the country. The group has shared the stage with various artists such as Never Shout Never, Set It Off and letlive.

The band's second release, "Believe" gained momentum as the first single's music video for "Right Now" premiered on Stan Lee's World of Heroes. The video's superhuman plot gained it additional exposure on press outlets such as Geekscape.net and Examiner.com.

The band's newest release "Sleepless Nights" was recorded during the summer of 2016 in Atlanta, GA with Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount (Cartel/Mayday Parade/All Time Low) at ZK Productions. The follow up to 2015's "Believe," the new EP touches on subjects involving love, loss, and perseverance. Following vocalist, David Kleinebreil's mother's multiple bouts with cancer, Kleinebreil describes this as his most personable batch of songs yet.

To coincide with the release, Never Let This Go has released a music video for "Break You" shot and directed by Jacob Reynolds.
Venue Information:
The Dirty 30
650 Exposition Ave
Dallas, TX, 75226