Hungry on Monday is a homegrown, alt-rock band that merges funk, hip hop, and some elements of jazz to create a fresh, electrifying sound. In the short time since their inception, the band has gone from playing the Loudoun Valley High School auditorium to The Hamilton, a premier venue in Washington DC.
Throughout their early years, the boys were teaching themselves other instruments. Collectively, they explored and trained in many genres: classical, jazz, bluegrass, contemporary and experimental.
The earliest incarnation of the band was three childhood friends: Nathan, Noah, and Aidan. With mad songwriting skills, Noah’s standout voice, Nathan’s impressive rhythms and Aidan’s ability to shred and coax softer emotions from his guitar, Hungry on Monday immediately took off locally. Michael was sought after by the guys for his tremendous bass playing and incredible musical ear. Ted was the last to join the group adding freewheeling keys to an already successful sound.
Since last fall they have been hard at work. If not performing or recording they are composing late into the night. They presently have two EPS and a full length album in the works. They also have two music videos and have played in over 20 venues to include: The Tally Ho in Leesburg, Rams Head in Annapolis, The Soundry in Columbia, Maryland, and The Hamilton in DC. They have performed for numerous fundraisers, live music events and private parties and are played on radio stations in the US and Canada. Their music can be heard on all music platforms like YouTube, Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music and more.