The popular Tinder app has been known for matching millennials and beyond for hookups, first dates and sometimes even successful relationships.
And members of local college-aged band Midnight Endeavor are not shy to it, either. In fact, they dubbed the last house they lived in together "The Tinder House," since everyone living there had matched with someone living in the house on Tinder.
While some drama ensued (lead singer Joshua Davenport originally matched with the now-girlfriend of guitarist William Mahoney), the wild ride was all inspiration when it came to the band's lyrics: love, friendship, "Beds." See our most recent Charleston Scene song premiere.
Discover more about the four-piece project, which comprises Joshua Davenport, William Mahoney (who also plays in Stop Light Observations), Logan Crank (who also plays in Rare Creatures) and Brennan Clark (who also plays in Whitehall).
Listen now to an in-depth interview on this episode of The Fringe.
Channeling British pop sensation The 1975 with carefree, bouncy rhythms, Midnight Endeavor has found a fit amidst the indie rock and Americana folk genres of Charleston's music scene. To find out even more about the up-and-coming local band, visit midnightendeavor.com.
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