Of The Orchard is a Minneapolis-based, pop-rock band. Marked by a tinge of youthful angst, Of The Orchard’s debut album, We’ll Be Okay Tomorrow, displays a nostalgic '90s and early 2000s rock sound (Third Eye Blind, Fall Out Boy, Jimmy Eat World) paired with narrative, sentimental lyrics (Dawes, Ruston Kelly, John Mayer). This combination gives listeners thoughtful lyricism supported with upbeat, hook-driven rock. The album tells stories familiar to anyone who’s ever been a twenty-something: finding purpose, coming to terms with identities you’ve outgrown, and falling in and out of love.
Their most recent release, The Sound of Eruption, captures the raw emotions that come rushing out at the end of a long-term relationship - feelings you can’t quite stop from overflowing as you begin to process the implications of a “mutual” breakup. In conjunction with The Sound of Eruption, the band will be releasing new singles “All That I Am (Maybe)” on February 9 and “idfnu” on February 23. “All That I Am (Maybe)” is an introspective lament of “giving up on the life you wanted” and attempting to move on, and “idfnu” is a triumphant declaration of self-worth and choosing to never allow another person’s opinion keep you down.