Unpretentious and inviting, Okay Thursday aren’t interested in being cool…they are just four friends trying to make sense of their surrounding, find new ways to invert F#7 chords, and give their listeners a chance to tap their foot, nod their head, shed a tear, and forget their troubles.

Fun in Flats is the debut album from Okay Thursday. In a town defined as much by its loud, unbridled rock as by its schools and its skyline, their jangling, openhearted pop sound is decidedly against the grain. Yet in a short time, they’ve earned the affection and respect of a wide range of musicians and audiences, gracefully ignoring social, emotional, and musical boundaries in the process. With producer Eric Edmonston (Darkbuster, Three Sheets) at the helm, Fun in Flats is a Technicolor explosion of jangling guitars, touching songcraft, peppy beats, and yearning vocals.


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