Birds of Night formed in late 2011. After releasing their jangley, sixties-inspired first album, “Snaps,” they became a fixture in the Denton/Dallas/Ft. Worth music scene. The band released their second album “We’re a Family Now” in spring of 2013. Influential Dallas Culture blog Central Track named it one of the top DFW releases that year. In the past 2 years Birds of Night have supported acts like Mac Demarco, Thee Oh Sees, Diarrhea Planet, Tennis, The Love Language, and Futurebirds. After losing a drummer and guitar player, Andrew Rothlisberger (vocals, guitar) and Brooks Martin (bass) enlisted the help of Jon Aisner (drums) and Alex Adams (Guitar). The chemistry between them was undeniable. That chemistry lies at the heart of their sound.
Coming together from the Denton and Dallas bands Mandarin, Sub Oslo, Doosu and Jet Screamer. Formed as a recording project and quickly morphing into a full blown band. They've been around, and seen some things.