The Out Seer’s… will you Marry Me?

A weekly tradition within the Vancouver area won’t only be turning up on Sunday this week as New Westminster band Marry Me will be joined by The Out Seer‘s this Friday night to show the people at The Roxy how to party.

Marry Me, a 4-piece band, whisks this styles of Green Day and Motley Crew into a blend that portrays an alternative rock and roll sound. Marry Me started off back in 2012-13 when at a production meet up the 3/4 band mates, Danny Lovelock (guitar/vocals), Natalee Lovelock (bass/vocals), and Kenny Dietrich (drums) met and immediately hit it off and started writing their first EP and toured western Canada. Not too long after in 2016, they were lucky enough to introduce a new guitarists to the band, Kylan Prince, and that’s when their discography and band really started to take off.

The New Westminster band is on a tear after releasing an abundance of singles this past summer including Bad, Horns Out, Itchy, Outside, Ignite (I Wanna), and Middle Finger. These records follow the pattern of what Marry Me wants to be which is continuing to deliver a fresh, haunting, infectious alternative rock sound that no one can resist chanting along to.

Another act for the much anticipated Friday Night is Canadian rock Band, The Out Seer‘s. The Vancouver based rock band is a group of 4 friends that pride themselves on creating an original, unique musical mix to the city. All graduating from Selkirk College’s contemporary music and Technology program in Nelson, BC… aswell as the drummer, Aybars Savat, who back in 2012, moved to Canada from Turkey to pursue music. The group all wanted to get together to pursue their dream, make us of their musical education, and create projects together.

Ab Initio by The Out Seer

The Out Seer’‘s are coming off the release of their very first EP “Ab Initio” which released back on April 8th, 2022. Mark your calendars and make a night out to catch Marry Me and The Out Seer‘s this Friday November 11th at The Roxy!

You won’t want to miss it!



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