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Poster for The Shirts and Shoes | Earthmark | StrangeColorSky | Strictly Speaking

The Shirts and Shoes | Earthmark | StrangeColorSky | Strictly Speaking

Run Time: 180 min.

Join us at the Overlook! On June 24th we welcome local band The Shirts and Shoes to our stage, along with Earthmark, StrangeColorSky, and Strictly Speaking!

Doors at 6:30, music at 7pm.



Four best friends, making music for you! Originally out of Waltham, MA, StrangeColorSky formed in 2017. They recorded and released their first album, The Canterbury Tales, all on their own in September 2019. They have been performing in and around the Boston area since then. Most recently they released their second larger body of work in May 2023, a five song EP titled Baby Teeth.


Earthmark is a versatile band from New Hampshire that imbues elements of funky, psychedelic jams and bluesy, heavy, guitar-driven rock into their sound. Formed in 2013 (originally as Towns), the band is composed of Brad Di Palma (Guitar), Nick Burns (Guitar & Vocals), Anthony Crescentini (Drums) and Ryan Gamache (bass), who put their all into their instruments, hoping to create a truly unique rock experience with each show. Earthmark’s most recent album, Megafauna, was recorded at Joe Merrick Studios and is streaming on all major platforms.


It’s golden hour and you’re barreling down the highway at 200 miles per hour through the desert, all pistons firing full throttle – oh wait… no you’re listening to Strictly Speaking. Together, Chris Power, Nick Sargent, and Chaz Morse are Strictly Speaking, the Cerberus of modern rock music; combining commanding drum grooves, driving bass lines, and wailing guitar licks into one beastly sound. With no plans of slowing down, Strictly Speaking is on a mission to flip modern rock music on its head. So buckle up, you’re in for one hell of a ride.


The Shirts and Shoes are an alternative-rock outfit based out of Boston. Having been together since early 2015, the group draws influence mainly from the 90s and early 2000s rock sound, adding in flavors from several different genres. Having self-produced two collections being their first EP Temple and their experimentally genre-bending basement LP Bananas, the band just released their first studio record “Sinner Swing.”

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