Forming in early 2016, Plain Faraday is an indie-folk-rock project hailing from Colorado. The backbone of the group consists of the father-son duo, Caleb (vocals and guitar) and Rob Sanders (bass). The group also includes cellist Katie Burns, drummer Miles Jenkins, multi-instrumentalist Ezra Bram, multi-instrumentalist Riley Moreno, and trumpet player Ian Thomas.

Plain Faraday’s indie sound lies somewhere between acoustic Americana and modern folk, often integrating aspects of indie-rock, jazz, funk, and blues. Their quest for meaningful lyrics and dynamic compositions are guided by a respect for wood and steel, times past and present.

Over the years, the group has released a handful of singles. In January, they released another fully independent song, ‘Blue Eyes’ – a tune that explores the blurred boundaries between jazz and indie-pop. Their first full work (a 7-track record) will be released on all streaming platforms September 12th.

When not playing music, Team Faraday can be found consuming craft beer, throwing down in a game of chess, hucking a disc with friends in the warm Colorado sun, kicking the hacky-sack, and exploring the inspiring Rocky Mountains.