New Album from rock band Fletcher

Fletcher began in early 2012 as a basement project between English brothers Oscar and Harvey Baker and their Chicagoan friend Tom Fry. Since then, the group has been steadily creating an incredible buzz as one of rock music’s new, relevant acts. The group has developed a brand of new-age British rock with quirky melodies and brain tingling music. Insisting on sticking to a three-piece, Fletcher has created a vigorous and chemistry-driven connection between each member.

Fans who follow Fletcher have a hard time comparing them to other acts, as their sound is so different. They’ve heard names such as The Flaming Lips, Arctic Monkeys, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, The Kooks, Kings of Leon, The Strokes – but nobody can quite figure their influence. They like it that way.

Having played amazing shows at top venues such as Lincoln Hall, Double Door, Beat Kitchen and most recently selected for a slot on JBTV, Fletcher has gained a reputation around the mid-west and beyond, for demonstrating that great music can form in the blink of an eye. Fletcher’s second EP, Open Arms, was mixed and mastered by Mike Tholen at RaxTrax Studios and was released on April 9th.