SondorBlue is a promising young four-piece indie-rock troupe based out of Charleston, South Carolina.  Ethereal, chiming guitars and dramatic drums set the backdrop for the band’s signature textured vocal harmonies that help SondorBlue push beyond the generic indie-rock formula.  SondorBlue draw significant inspiration from their adopted home of Charleston, even going to so far as to title their new EP You Will Find Love on Ashley Avenue in reference to the street they lived on while recording it.  Combining classic rock vocal chops with modern indie sensibilities and production, SondorBlue have tapped into an resonant sound that is sure to take them far.

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Charleston, SC
Dellz Uptown
"It's got vegan jazzy pizza that we love and they always play great range of music and there is a positive energy about this place." — SondorBlue
511 Rutledge Ave, Charleston, SC, United States
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Royal American
Cozy, low-key bar and concert venue featuring local and regional musicians, plus hearty pub grub.
970 Morrison Dr, Charleston, SC 29403, USA
Black Tap Coffee
"Drip over coffee is the beverage of choice. Best coffee in Charleston! It's where we do a great deal of work for the band." — SondorBlue
Black Tap Coffee, Beaufain Street, Charleston, SC, United States
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Colonial Lake
"It's right by the house we used to live on Ashley Ave (Our EP is named after Ashley Avenue.) It's got free wifi and is our favorite afternoon getaway. Walking around the lake is an unusual experience in an urban metro." — SondorBlue
Colonial Lake, Charleston, SC, United States
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Music Farm
"You are sure to see lots of great music and familiar faces in the crowd. Always lots of musicians an artists in attendance." — SondorBlue
32 Ann St, Charleston, SC 29403, USA
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Channels of Charleston
"For clothes we really like Channels. It's got a cool local surf and skate kind of vibe." — SondorBlue
507 King Street, Charleston, SC, United States
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Cannon Park
"Close to where we lived when recording our recent E.P. Lots of dogs and an overall great hangout. The giant pillars in the middle of the park were once part of a museum." — SondorBlue
Cannon Park, Rutledge Avenue, Charleston, SC, United States
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The Battery
The Battery is a landmark defensive seawall and promenade named for a civil-war coastal defense artillery battery at the site. The surrounding area is known for its many stately, antebellum homes.
Battery Pl, Charleston, SC 29401, USA
East Bay Street
"East Bay Street lines the water and there is a lot of history, cobble stone roads, and restaurants." — SondorBlue
East Bay Street, Charleston, SC, United States
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