Jocelyn & Chris Arndt visit Clyde’s on Main on Saturday
They are a soulful, powerful, retro-rock duo and they’re siblings. They’ve played over 100 shows in the last year including performances at The Sundance Film Festival and Mountain Jam Music Festival in New York. They are blazing a trail to SXSW coming up later this month.
Oh, and did we mention they are students at Harvard and only 19 and 21?
These siblings are full of natural talent; talent which feels aged and worn in like any great retro-rock band should be.
The duo formed under very unique circumstances. In elementary school, they had both picked up instruments out of curiosity; Jocelyn the piano and Chris the guitar. They performed in talent shows, but not the music you might think. The song which brought Jocelyn’s vocal talent to the forefront was Stairway to Heaven. The original singer couldn’t make it so Jocelyn jumped in, and a star duo was formed.
Their sound is melodic and dynamic and their lyrics cut deep. Their first EP, Stranger’s in Fairyland premiered last fall with entrancing songs like, “One Kiss,” and “Gaslight.” Their new full-length album, Edges, which debuted March 4th, is filled with intriguing beats, impressive guitar rifts by Chris, and Jocelyn’s haunting yet powerful voice.
Jocelyn & Chris will be performing at Clyde’s on Main this Saturday at 10 p.m and they are more than ready to share their new music with you. If you’re in need of a classic pairing of guitar riffs or soothing vocals, then this is one show you don’t want to miss.
For more information about their tour or to listen to their hits, visit jocelynardnt.com.