Revival is certainly an apt term for what Open Air bring to the table. Their sound is like a blender full of Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, and Cream with a dash of just about everything else rock from the late 60's and beyond. Open Air mix sex appeal with the pounding chords, guitar rock is famous for.
At the band's core are four musicians who honestly enjoy what they do, and this is what sets them apart. There is a youthful exuberance and a true appreciation for what’s around them, namely their art and their audience.
So modernly old school, Open Air’s goal is to bring back musicianship, relying on talent rather than machines to manipulate their sound. With a high-energy, no-holds-barred live show, Open Air give their fans all the loud, raw and gritty attitude that rock n' roll is made of.
In April 2013, Open Air released the five track EP appropriately titled "Extended Play", and hit the stage, opening for such rock stand-outs as One Bad Son, The Trews, Head of the Herd and the Glorious Sons. August 2015 brought the follow-up to "Extended Play" and their first full-length release - "Lessons From The Crow", gaining opening slots with the Headstones and Rival Sons.
Open Air is inspired by the groovyness of the 70's with a raw modern edge that'll leave a boot print on your backside.