Givers & Takers: Poets Of The Early Morn
Waking up in a world turning in slow motion;
A long day coming after a short night.
Looking for cuddles and love
Looking for motivation and direction
Tuning Givers & Takers‘ captivating melodies, and smooth vocals
Helps to properly Start The Morning.
Critically acclaimed psychedelic bliss-rock four piece,
Givers & Takers, has quickly catapulted to success with their unique blend of soul and experimental rock.
Born in Santa Barbara, CA, Givers & Takers make a distinct imprint on a soulful landscape through rich layers.
Consisting of members Zack Greenwald, Alan Krespan, Drew Bruchs, and Mark Pollack, the band has performed alongside notable acts including Walk the Moon, !!! (Chk Chk Chk) and Alberta Cross.
Their music has this blue and purple color,
That suggest the kind of emotions one feels in a smoothie atmosphere,
All along cool and chill melodies, walking to a beat slowly inviting your feet to step
“We believe that the heart of our sound is in the individually melodic aspect of the parts coming together as one, which, if you zoom out, is what drives the spirit of a good band.
The process of each song coming together is almost like drawing a circle- you can start anywhere and end up in the right place.”- Greenwald fervidly states.
Their single “Start the Morning” gained popularity being featured on such tastemaker platforms as Indie Shuffle and All Things Go, among others.
Through empowering lyricism and an energetic, dynamic build, Givers & Takers’ latest single “Strangers” speaks true to their themes of principle and morale by urging the listener to understand that if they are ready to be free, they are allowed to be. “Strangers” was produced by Givers & Takers and Jason Sharp, and engineered by Mark Pollack and Jason Sharp.
With a growing catalog of studio recordings, live, lyric and music videos, their music has been described as a heavy and whimsical sonic experience.
Givers & Takers are set to announce their upcoming EP in the coming months and will be touring extensively this summer.