Daemon Familiar is a power-pop rock trio from Chicago dedicated to reviving the lost art of the catchy pop/rock song. A tight meld of their musical roots Cheap Trick, Hüsker Dü, and Nirvana creates their raw riff-driven compositions. Infectious hooks, vocal harmonies, and crunchy guitar melodies are their stock in trade. Not since Cheap Trick has a band from Illinois set out to deliver songs so unforgettable they'll be tattooed on your cerebral cortex.
With their debut release Dawn of the Albatross, Daemon Familiar delivers raw unfiltered riffs that haven’t been heard since the invention of the amplifier. The diversity of their music can be heard in the riff-driven song "Oprah", to the melodic "I Hate To See You Go, But…", through the fun and catchy "Barnyard". The variety of songs creates an album that can be enjoyed again and again.
Dawn of the Albatross - a carefully cooked stew of power pop, punk, and grunge stirred together with a wooden spoon. A musical feast for fans of Power Pop and Indie Rock everywhere.