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Stormy Chromer has been a mainstay of the midwest live music scene since its inception in 2014. Hailing from Ann Arbor, Michigan, the band has been steadily touring and amassing fans for nearly a decade. With a focus on musical exploration and creative programming, the band works to bring an engaging, raucous, and mesmerizing live show. Dedicated to the concept of group improvisation, one can expect Stormy Chromer songs to reach far beyond the confines of their composed structures at concerts.


The band has performed alongside heavy hitters such as Dopapod, Papadosio, Magic Beans, Aqueous, Mungion, The Werks, The Main Squeeze, Laith Al-Saadi, and Consider the Source. In addition to Stormy Chromer’s headlining tours they have been featured on major festivals and events, including Summer Camp Music Festival, The Werk Out, Cowpie Music Festival, and official Umphrey’s Mcgee afterparties. 


Stormy Chromer’s studio debut “Peace of Pizza EP" (2015) was followed by their full-length album, “A Tale of Two Mouths” (2016) and the "Solid Sessions EP" (2018). The band went on to work with acclaimed producer Chris Steinmetz, releasing the fan-favorite “Alucinaré” as a single in 2019. In 2023 the band documented their return to the studio to record their forthcoming concept album "Ricochet" featuring a wealth of highly anticipated new material. Combined with an explosive live show, Stormy Chromer delivers a one-two punch of riveting performance and powerful songwriting that captivates audiences and keeps them chasing more.




"Something enticingly weirder than what you’re used to, some cool composite of ambient-pop, jazz-rock and smooth, cerebral psychedelia... This is rebooted prog-rock for a more multifaceted mindset."



"A fresh sound rooted in rock, funk, psychedelic, prog, and a dedication to improvisation. Known for their unique compositions and exploring new sonic territory in their live shows, they are making waves throughout the Midwest."


"The Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti-based foursome of guitarists Spencer Hanson and Brendan Collins, bass player Ryan King and drummer Amin Lanseur bring an unlikely musical pedigree and varying influences to their improvisational rock."

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