The Larch was formed in the late 90s by UK/US dual national Ian Roure with two friends from the 90’s NYC alternative music scene. Taking their cue from some of the more rocking elements of the UK Britpop movement – particularly Ash and Blur – they set about creating their own version of melodic guitar pop; drawing on Roure’s UK roots while also inspired by the offhand creativity of "lo-fi" bands like GBV and Pavement.
Fast forward15 years and, after several line up changes and a marriage, the Larch since 2006 have been; Ian Roure guitars & vocals, Liza Roure keyboards & vocals, Ross Bonadonna bass and Tom Pope drums. This line up has been responsible for recording 3 CDs: 2008's science fact & fiction odyssey Gravity Rocks, the arcanely named Larix Americana in 2010 and Days to the West (2012).
Musically, they continue to mix their post-punk pop with elements of psychedelic rock - broadening their sound and scope while retaining their former energy and wit; find out why the kids on the internet are saying things like “A bloody f**kin' triumph”, “Gorgeous!” & “just what the doctor ordered” about the Larch and their new tunes.