The five-piece band, which came together in a peculiar fashion, pulls together its roots—which lie in New York, San Francisco, L. and now Detroit—to make eclectic, energetic and fun music all while navigating the chaotic waters we call life.Based in Los Angeles, Grouplove has released three albums to date—all of which are homage to their messy, wonderful lives. and go up to moody Seattle which we all love and soak up the scene up there.Grouplove’s third and most recent album, Many fans consider Grouplove to be a fun-loving alternative indie-rock band.They have the ability to perform a wide variety of music, including tunes with many different tempos and tones.The band formed in 2009 when Hannah Hooper and Christian Zucconi met in New York. In the past, the musical tradition has really affected our lives so it was great to go up there and work with Phil and change it up and try something new.Hooper invited Zucconi to attend an artist residency in Crete where they met Sean Gadd, Andrew Wessen and Ryan Rabin. I think it really shows in the record that we took some time off, which is much different than the previous records and we’ve all kind of evolved as human beings, getting to know each other, getting to know ourselves again off the road and putting our energy into this new record.I was playing the song “Enlighten Me” just like solo and the whole crowd sang the chorus as loud anything I’ve ever heard before, so it was really special to know it is translating and people are digging it.
After six years of being on tour, October 18 at the Ogden Theatre was a benchmark date for Grouplove.This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by contributors (read/edit).Text is available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license; additional terms may apply.Hooper met Zucconi in Manhattan because she enjoyed his music.Hooper invited Zucconi to an artist residency in Crete, despite having only just met.