White Arrows (band)

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White Arrows
White Arrows playing live in Los Angeles.
Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Dance-rock, psychedelic, psychotropical pop, indie rock
Labels Votiv, Dew-Process, Ooh La La Records (past)
Website www.whitearrows.com
Members

Mickey Church
Steven Vernet
Andrew Naeve
John Paul Caballero

Henry Church-drums

White Arrows is a psych-pop group from Los Angeles, California. The band consists of Mickey Church, Steven Vernet, Andrew Naeve, and John Paul Caballero.

History[edit]

White Arrows, a psychedelic pop band, began on a whim when writing a song in New York that immediately got attention from blogs including Nylon magazine. Mickey never thought of being in a band or playing music before this, but after getting such immediate attention it was difficult to not take advantage. Soon thereafter, Mickey took the name to Los Angeles to form the band with Andrew Naeve, John Paul Caballero, Steven Vernet, and his younger brother Henry. Mickey and Andrew began writing, producing and remixing music together. Not long after, White Arrows began touring the world. Since their debut tour with Cults, they have toured with White Denim, The Naked and Famous, !!!, Santigold and The Neighbourhood to name a few.

Band Members[edit]

Current Members

  • Mickey Church - Vocals, Guitar
  • Steven Vernet - Bass
  • Andrew Naeve - Electronics, Guitar
  • John Paul Caballero - Electronics, Guitar
  • Henry Church - Drums

Past Members

  • Rob Banks

Discography[edit]

Get Gone 7" (2011)

  • Released by Brooklyn based Ooh La La Records in September 2011.

Dry Land Is Not A Myth (2012)

  • After having RAC do a mix of their song Coming Or Going, White Arrows asked him to produce their entire debut album with band member Andrew Naeve. White Arrows debut LP, "Dry Land Is Not A Myth," came out on June 19, 2012 on Votiv, a Seattle based record label, and Dew-Process in Australia.[1]
  • White Arrows toured across three continents and ten countries in support of "Dry Land Is Not A Myth."
  • Their 2013 Coachella performance was named one of Spin's "Underdog's to Watch" and a "Top 20 Moment"

In Bardo (2014)

  • White Arrows sophomore record is due Fall 2014.[2] The band released their first track off of it entitled "Leave It Alone" on May 19, 2014

Music Videos[edit]

  • Get Gone
  • Fireworks of the Sea
  • Little Birds

Remixes[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "White Arrows Dry Land Is Not A Myth". itunes.com. Retrieved 18 October 2012. 
  2. ^ "White Arrows". Retrieved 18 May 2014.