(Drums), and Austin Harris (Keyboard / Multi-instrumentalist), with Chelsey Powell (Saxophone / Vocals) completing the six-piece lineup in 2017.
Cinder's self-produced, self-titled debut LP hit the internet in 2016. SLUG Magazine called the collection “constant, feel-good energy from start to finish”, and songs from the album (including the standout
tracks "Hope You Do" and "Last Year's Winter") garnered solid placements on streaming playlists in the indie pop, acoustic, and folk genres.
Looking Forward to Looking Back, their ambitious sophomore full-length (produced by Montana Smith), came out in the fall of 2018. Its explosive energy combined with darker themes serves as a fitting juxtaposition to the
breezy, care-free optimism of their debut. Stars and Scars gave a positive review, saying it “embodies the complexity of contradictions.” Out From The Pine Box praised its “urgency” and “sense of wonder and magic.” Lead-off track "Tree House" seems ready-made for commercial radio with its incredibly catchy, sing-along