Indian Rebound is comprised of teenage wunderkinds Ethan Levenson, Gianni de Falco, and Devan Davies-Wood. Shortly after forming in 2010, the young New Yorkers have managed to craft an anthemic yet eerie sound, surprising crowds with the level of their mature songwriting. After playing their first ever show, Indian Rebound caught the attention of Michael Stasiak, former drummer of Widowspeak, who put out their debut release - a self-titled cassette - in October of 2010.

At a mere seventeen years old, songwriter Ethan Levenson crafts stories of longing and frustration about the dark realities of the world he inhabits. Indian Rebound is a thread that connects the old to the new: inspired by the likes of Television and Pavement as well as contemporary songwriters such as Alex Turner and Christopher Owens, Indian Rebound joins the lineage of innovative yet honest songwriting.

Edited by DevanDW on 2 Oct 2012, 02:17

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