Denver-based up-and-coming trio, Cycles, were undeniably on fire, for their Boulder Theater debut last night. Cycles were one of three bands to help celebrate Saint Patty’s Day, alongside Boulder favorites, Moontang and Lady and The Gentlemen. The event dubbed “Kegs And Cabbage” was held this year for the second time, with a traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner, accompanied by some of the hottest newcomers on the Colorado circuit.
For a band that has only been together for just over a year, Cycles continues to exceed expectations with their psychedelic-rock fusion, and sets the bar high for other Colorado bands on the rise. The trio, led by guitarist Patrick Harvey, bassist Tucker McClung, and drummer Michael Wood, have been in the recording studio for the past week, and decided to surprise their fans by playing the entirety of their new album, expected to be released soon after mixing and mastering are completed.
After “Kegs and Cabbage”, the majority of the Boulder Theater crowd headed across the street to The Lazy Dog Bar and Grill, packed as tight as a can of sardines for some late night pickin’ with CU Boulder graduates, Tenth Mountain Division. Fans able to pace themselves on such a festive holiday, were lucky enough to see Patrick Harvey of Cycles, and Scott Hachey of the Magic Beans, sit in on guitar, ending the green party in style!