Hailing from Portland, OR, Mobilities is a four-piece rock outfit that has been steadily bubbling in Portland’s underground scene for years. Their unique sound emphasizes high-energy highs, and low, brooding lows. Threading it all together are the ever-present grooves, and relentlessly tasty jams that Mobilities is known for.
After working together in a previous project, Brett Sparrey (Bass and vocals), and Eric McCauley (Guitar and vocals) set out to form a band that would blend the musical styles of: The Mars Volta, Incubus, White Denim, Wand, Queens of the Stone Age, Portugal. The Man, and Thee Oh Sees.
In 2016 they moved Northward, from the little town of Chico California, to the somewhat more metropolitan city of Portland. Soon enough Adam Durkee (keys, synth, and guitar) was added to the mix, and Mobilities was officially formed. Several drummers later, Logan Gardner (drums) came on board and the band’s line-up was complete.
Their debut album, Time Hasn’t Swallowed Us Yet, was released in 2018. It was recorded at Toadhouse Studios with Adam Pike.
In 2019, Mobilities released a live set recorded by Sam Lay at Sprout City Studios and an EP titled, Something's Right, recorded at DB Nation after Mobilities won first place in DB Nation’s annual Battle of the Bands.
Something’s Right is available NOW! And catch Mobilities on their 4th US West Coast tour in Summer 2020.