Local talent duo, South of France is quickly making a name for themselves within Denver’s emerging indie-pop scene. Their dream pop undercurrents and sweet his and hers lyrics make for a familiar yet surprisingly fresh performance. The band was formed when intstrumentalist/producer/songwriter Jeff Cormack met singer/songwriter Kelly Lueke in Los Angeles back in 2012. Since then they’ve been able to share the stage with greats like Portugal. The Man and The Flaming Lips and as of this Saturday, local heroes Ultra5280!
South of France has been on our “Must See Acts at UMS” list for the past few years and it only made sense to ask them to be a part of our debut into the Colorado festival scene. (Coachella ain’t got nothing on our lineup – looking at you special guest DJ Tobias Krause).
South of France captures the art of the duet without the kitchiness that duos sometimes come with. Their melodies are dancey and rhythmic while their lyrics embody real emotion and experiences. We are honored to have them hail from our beloved town of Denver and even more honored to share the stage with them this weekend.