Philly Local Busker Background: The Fleeting Ends - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

The WXPN Philly Local Busker’s series continues tomorrow at noon at The Porch at 30th Street Station, and this week brings the power-popping rock trio The Fleeting Ends to lunchtime crowd.

Founded a few years back by singer-guitarist Matt Vantine and drummer Matt Amadio, the group brought bassist Rusty Langly last year and released their debut LP Our Eyes Are Peeled in the winter. The album is an eclectic romp with notes of The Beatles, ELO and Spoon – not to mention sweet string arrangements care of Philly production legend Larry Gold – and the band has a handful of live dates on the calendar in support of it.

In addition to the free show at The Porch, the band will play the Kimmel Center for PIFA on April 26th, and will play The Barbary on April 29th. In addition, they have a month-long residency at The Living Room in New York. Below, watch The Fleeting Ends rocking out their song “Elaine” at The Fire on Valentine’s Day, and read our Unlocked interview with the band here.

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