They're fresh off a summer tour of North America, and now they're set to release their first full-length album.
The New Westminster-based rock-punk-blues band Marry Me is holding a special album release show this Saturday, Sept. 6 at the Red Room in Vancouver.
It's their first show at home since a two-month tour that saw them play in 25 cities across the U.S.A. and Canada.
The band - which draws influences from the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Jack White and classic blues and punk - consists of Danny Lovelock on guitar and vocals, Natalee Fera on bass and vocals, Kenny Dietrich on drums, and Adam Jeal on keyboard and vocals.
Producer Travis Saunders has described them as "one of 2014's bands to watch out for."
Their new self-titled full-length album follows their 2013 debut EP. It features the single Ignite, which has been receiving wide attention and radio play in Canada.