The seeds of Indie Rock band Near Earth Objects were planted when singer/guitarist Devin Clarke and bassist/keyboardist Leland Davis got together to jam while in high school (they’d been friends since middle school). A few years later, they decided to get more serious about starting a group, landing Richard Inman to play drums and taking on the name Near Earth Objects. The trio took its time developing material and chemistry before making their live debut in late 2013. More recently, Near Earth Objects added a fourth member — Daniel Walton — to provide cello for the band as it continues work on its first full-length.
Near Earth Objects will be starting their first tour this Friday the 18th. Check out the schedule below!
The Brothers Drake in Columbus, Ohio - September 18th
Strange Fest in Bellevue, Ohio - September 19th
Quenchers in Chicago, IL - September 20th
Be Here Now in Muncie Indiana - September 21st
The Root Cellar in Bloomington, Indiana - September 22nd
Magnolia Bar in Louisville, KY - September 24th
The Comet in Cincinnati - September 25th.
In celebration of going on tour, they released the new song "Space Buffalo"! Check out the new song and wish the guys well on the first of many tours!