// guitar, vocals
The man that plays the thin strings, with music notes coming from his mouth.
The man that plays the thin strings, with music notes coming from his mouth.The man that plays the thin strings, with music notes coming from his mouth.
// guitar, vocals
Plays thin strings along with Eric and can be seen singing along with the others.c and can be seen singing along with the others.
The man that plays the thick strings, amongst a startling array of other stringed items. He is also a human tuner.
Impassioned thumper and hitter of things
The Cast Irons
Boston area Indie rock band The Cast Irons masterfully delivers dynamic, melodic and compelling songwriting that is primed with Americana roots and blended with the exploratory pop of 80s and 90s Manchester England.
With it’s origins in a songwriting workshop, the group formed and officially adopted its current moniker in 2017. With a driven and compelling sound, band members Eric Downing (Gtrs., keys, vocals), Brian Fernald (Gtrs., vocals), Robert French (bass), and Corey Prince (drums) share a strong creative chemistry forged by the breadth of their musical influences and common musical instincts. Yet, it’s their vision to write fresh, grounded and intense music reflecting their artistic strengths and past experiences across several Boston bands that lands their music with fans as both familiar and new.
In 2018, the band released their first collection of songs “The Broken Hearts Club”. That same year, they hit their current creative stride with the addition of Prince, who brought a unique rhythmic approach to the sound and style of the band that is reflected in the powerfully diverse new 5-Song EP “The Longest Night” in 2019 that was introduced at the Boston Local Music Festival at Boston City Hall Plaza.
The Cast Irons continue to draw new fans & followers with their powerful & impassioned live performances and are scheduled to release a new EP in the Fall of 2020.
Contact & Information
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Band Images by Theresa Bourassa of Unleash the Lens