Pinegrove is an American indie rock band from Montclair, New Jersey. The band name is a reference to the Brown Family Environmental Center at Kenyon College, where lyricist Evan Stephens Hall studied. With Evan on lead vocals and guitar, Josh Marre on guitar and vocals, Nandi Plunkett on keys and vocals, Sam Skinner on guitar, Adan Carlo on bass, and Zack Levine on drums and vocals; Pinegrove creates a unique blend of heartfelt lyrics and melodic soundscapes that have captivated audiences worldwide.
Formed in 2010, Pinegrove has gained recognition for their introspective songwriting style and raw emotional performances. Their music explores themes of love, loss, self-discovery, and the complexities of human relationships. Drawing inspiration from various genres including folk-rock, country, emo, and punk; Pinegrove's sound is both nostalgic and contemporary.
With critically acclaimed albums such as "Cardinal" (2016) and "Skylight" (2018), Pinegrove has established themselves as one of the most influential indie rock bands of their generation. Their honest lyrics resonate with listeners who appreciate authentic storytelling through music. Whether performing intimate acoustic sets or energetic live shows filled with infectious energy; Pinegrove continues to push boundaries while staying true to their roots.