About Serene Green
To try and define the sound of Serene Green is no easy task. This good-timin’ band from Eastern Pennsylvania will have you questioning yourself as a listener as you lay in bed at night trying to process what you’ve just witnessed — nonetheless completely satisfied and entertained.
The closest you may come to defining their unique sound would be to take elements of Folk, Blues, Reggae, Jazz and Psychedelics, add ice, and put them in a blender. What you then pour into your glass will taste something like the musical deliciousness of this young, energetic band of four. You will find that this band has no limitations or fears, switching from one genre to the next by a simple chord- or tempo-change.
Originating from historic Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, this truly unique musical experience has left its mark on coffee shops, bars, and festivals all over the northeast. Look for Serene Green in your area and try define this one-of-a-kind, feel-good adventure for yourself, or just simply enjoy the musical rollercoaster ride and spread the only two words that define the music best.. SERENE GREEN
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