Washington, DC’s Sub-Radio makes catchy, danceable indie-pop that’s always expanding its boundaries. The band’s clean guitars, dancefloor rhythms, and powerful vocals have garnered comparisons to established acts like Walk The Moon, Fun., The Killers, and MisterWives. The sextet’s high-energy live performances have put them on the map up and down the East Coast, including events such as Capital Pride, Launch Music Conference & Festival, Celebrate Fairfax, and Firefly Music Festival. The band’s most recent EP “Headfirst” tackles the 21st-century struggle to define relationships and find a community from the offbeat perspective they’ve cultivated in their 10+ years of writing together.



Indie Pop

  • Has opened for such diverse artists as Smallpools, Vinyl Theater, and Aloe Blacc, among others

  • Festivals appearances include Firefly Music Festival, Capital Pride, Launch Music Conference & Festival, and Celebrate Fairfax, among others

  • Currently at work on a new music with Producer Dylan Bauld (Smallpools, Maty Noyes, Halsey, Flor) to be released early 2019

  • Over 10 years writing and playing together

Show Dates

“Think Walk The Moon with big dance hooks”
— Kings of A&R
“think pop, rock, dance anthems. Their sound is reminiscent of bands such as Walk The Moon, Two Door Cinema Club, Passion Pit, and Maroon 5.”
— Sound Digest
“huge choruses and guitar riffs. Their pop-rock sound is massive and is tailor-made for festival sing-alongs.”
— Celeb Mix
“2018 promises to be yet another massive year for Sub-Radio, and it’s the band’s excitement for all things to come that makes them so inviting and fun to listen to.”
— The Prelude Press
“blends sky-high cinematic pop stylings of acts like Train with songwriting chops of Walk The Moon to create a sound that is both familiar and distinctly their own.”
— Substream Magazine
“filled with upbeat, fun songs that give you warm thoughts of summer.”
— Genre is Dead
“delivers perfectly crafted pop-rock singles time after time”
— Babe Talk
“a party without a list at the door”
— Verge Campus