Press Kit

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BIO

Dorin is a family-friendly act that puts a new spin on children’s music, blending bubblegum-pop with indie rock in a musical ear-candy experience for the whole family. Songwriter Jennasen Snyder enchants listeners with sunny vocals breezing over keys and guitar, accompanied by Deak Hall on drums and Nick Snyder on bass in a dynamic rhythm section.

The contagious energy of Dorin’s live performances compels audiences of all ages to dance and sing along to these original tunes with punchy lyrics and irresistible melodies. Songs like Penguins Can Fly, Sunny Friday, Robot, and Pasta Dinner are among the upbeat repertoire, as Dorin seamlessly fuses humor with good music in an entertaining experience for both kids and adults.

In 2018, Dorin released their debut album, Do You Dream of Me?, a collection of original love songs and lullabies arranged in descending order by beats per minute to match the resting heart rate of a sleeping infant. The catchy tunes and variety of instruments capture the attention of children and adults alike, and the heartwarming lyrics reflect the special bond we have with the children we love.

Available on iTunesAmazonSpotify, and other major music platforms, Do You Dream of Me? is also available at local Indianapolis record stores Luna and Indy CD & Vinyl.

Genre: Children’s Music    

Influences: They Might Be Giants, Cake, Jack Johnson, The Beatles, Raffi

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CONTACT

hello@dorinmusic.com

WHAT FAMILIES ARE SAYING

About performances…

“The kids had so much fun at the show — we can’t wait for the next one!”

“Ever since your performance, my daughter can’t stop singing the songs.”

“This is my son’s favorite band in Indianapolis.”

About Do You Dream of Me?

“I couldn’t tell you what the last song on the album is! I always fall asleep before the end.”

“Our kids beg to listen to Do You Dream of Me? every night before bed.”

“My daughter knows the words to every song!”

“I’ll be honest — I listen to it in the car by myself even if the kids aren’t with me.”