The Univores hasn't been playing together for long but is already dealing with the struggle of being made up of, well, high schoolers. With only a few all-ages venues in Bellingham, The Univores is limited in finding places to play.
The current Univores — drummer Jae Bergeron, 15; guitarist and vocalist Riviere, 15; and bassist Aaron Noice, 16 — are currently talking with Murder Mountain, a local indie label, about recording an album.
The band adopted its name from a band that included the father of a friend of Ezra Riviere.
They're planning to record about 10 songs. Each member of The Univores brings his own personal style to the sound; Riviere, originally from Vancouver, B.C., adds a little experimental jazz, reggae and ska, and Bergeron, also from Vancouver, brings a mesh of influences from jazz to surf.
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Keep an eye out for upcoming shows as The Univores work to get some booked. Check them out at myspace.com/theunivores.