As a DIY act, Orlando’s 408 were in rarified air, earning cosigns from the likes of Sleeping WithSirens’ Kellin Quinn, Underoath’s Aaron Gillespie and even blink-182’s Mark Hoppus for theirprolific blend of turn-of-the-millennium pop-punk and modern pop, hip-hop, and EDM that swirlsto create a chameleonic, state-of-the-art sound.
And while million-plus-streamers like “We Don’t Get High Like We Used To,” “Backfired (ft.Taylor Acorn)” and, yes, “Mark Hoppus” introduced 408 to a worldwide audience, it’s their nextchapter–a global record deal with Big Noise and a forthcoming full-length,Hot Mess–that’spoised to take them to the next level.
Since forming in 2016, Mark Faroudi (vocals/bass), Nick Hanus (vocals/guitar), Nick Roque(vocals/guitar) and Jake Cerretani (drums) havenever been ones to stay in their own lane. Onreleases like 2022’sOut Of Itand 2023’sGenerational EP, the quartet have embraced theplaylist generation, bridging the gap between genres and eras while racking up nearly 500,000Spotify listeners and viral TikTok moments that have reached millions more ears.

Hailing from Richmond, Virginia, Telltale is a dynamic quartet— composed of John Carteret (vocals), Bryce Marshall (guitar), Tim Fogg (bass), and Travis Slack (drums)— known for their emotive lyrics, infectious melodies, and an unwavering commitment to sharing the stories that shape their lives.

The band has released a string of EPs over their career— Good Intentions (2017), Timeless Youth (2019), and Lie Your Way Out (2022)— utilizing those songs to master their craft and hone into their sound. Fan favorite “Rose“, from Timeless Youth, has amassed almost 8 million listens on Spotify while Lie Your Way Out’s “Slowburn” sparked conversation about climate change and the abundance of wildfires.

With the release of “Otherside” in December, Telltale teased the next era of their music which takes a step forward into dealing with reality in a yearningly powerful way. It’s an all encompassing single that proves the band has grown in sound and style exponentially and should get listeners excited for what is to come. The music video, directed by Chase Warren, is an immersive dive into the complexities of chasing an unknown side of reality and gives an extra dimension to the song’s meaning. “Otherside” has been added to editorial playlists such as Spotify’s “All New Rock” and has garnered thousands of listens.

Definitely Maybe is a Chicago-based pop punk band Check out our debut EP “Better Off Undone” wherever you listen to music.

The Missing Peace – DC Indiecore band

Additional Details

Age Restrictions - All Ages

Supporting Acts - Telltale, Definitely Maybe, The Missing Peace

Door Time - 06:30 PM

Show Time - 07:30 PM


Date And Time

2024-05-10 @ 07:30 PM to
2024-05-10 @ 11:00 PM

Door Time: 06:30 pm

Show Time: 07:30 pm



540 Penn St NE Washington DC 20002

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