Adam Spry is not afraid to admit that he is a bit of an outsider, rejecting assembly line hits made with cheap plastic parts and machine labor. His music forms a textural sonic landscape that is introspective and complex and sometimes dark, honing in on the anxiety and restlessness of convincing yourself it’s all going to be okay. Adam’s music resonates with his audience like country music, with the depth of folk and the heavy beats of rock and roll.

A musician of thirteen years, Adam has also played in Catch Pritchard, Evan & the Live Oaks, Idle Joy, The Grace Leer Band and fronted his garage rock power trio The Old Folks. He has played at many Bay Area venues, including Rickshaw Stop, Slims, Sweetwater Music Hall, and Bottom of the Hill. Adam is currently working with his hands and making music in San Francisco, recording at Coyote Hearing Studio with Trevor Brooks, co-producer of his first EP, “One Dimensional,” and his forthcoming EP “Bonanza”. His first EP, “One Dimensional,” can be found on Spotify.