Denver band Wildermiss, a four-piece indie rock outfit, has found a way to get around the forced closure of music venues due to the coronavirus outbreak: by driving around Denver with the band’s entire stage set-up on a trailer, stopping for mini concerts in front of fans’ homes.
“Wildermiss Literally On Demand,” as the band called it, took place throughout Denver, Lakewood, Arvada and other Front Range cities on Friday even as rain showers dotted the region. The band was originally slated to headline the Gothic Theatre that night. Before the band hit the road, fans were invited to request a mini concert in advance on the band’s website.
The band also release a new single, “Supermagical,” the same day on all streaming services.
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