Though the five-piece calls Minneapolis their stomping grounds, they have found home to be wherever their craft takes them- from college campuses and bars across the Midwest to sharing the stage with artists like Mat Kearney, Betty Who, Peter Bjorn and John, Hippo Campus, Now Now, Flor, and Jesse McCartney. Whosah has won the University of Minnesota's Spring Jam Battle of the Bands, been featured on popular shows like NBC's "A to Z" and MTV's "Snookie and JWoww" and Target's back-to-school campaign.
With a dance-pop twist on Walk the Moon and The 1975, Whosah’s new release is centered around an optimistic and spunky attitude, savoring the conflict between finding purpose in the daily routine and longing for a life beyond the known. Produced with Nashville's Chase Coy (formerly of Universal Records), their sophomore EP, "Work" was released in March of 2016. It charted in the Top 200 of CMJ radio, garnered over 200,000 spotify streams and resulted in regional mainstream radio play along with increased opportunities for the band as both the headlining act at colleges performance halls from MI to PA and support for Bleachers, MUNA, and Mutemath at Go 96.3's GoFest 2017.
In between these live shows over the past year, the band has been writing its first full length record, getting back to their regional roots at Humans Win! Recording Studio in Minneapolis, MN. The single, "Make A Move" is set to be released on July 21st in anticipation for Fall travel dates and the to-be-titled LP. The record will continue to hone the band's emphasis on synth-pop feel presented by a live rock band not afraid to let loose alongside every music enthusiast they meet.
"Whosah’s energetic vibe and unique sound has been gaining attention."
– Coulee News, UW Lacrosse
"I definitely recommend going out to a Whosah show in the future. Their upbeat music and generally positive, welcoming vibes will make it an experience you won’t regret."
– Garage Music News
"Judging by the cheers when Whosah took the stage, many at Mill City Nights had been waiting for this band. They are unabashedly indie pop. These guys are FUN!”
– Twin Cities Media
"[Whosah] has teamed up with Music Times for the exclusive premiere of 'Forget About It' – an uplifting feel-good number that makes getting up to dance seem virtually irresistible."
– The Prelude Press
"If you ever have the chance to experience a Whosah show I highly recommend that you do. They will not let you down. I guarantee you will leave with a smile and many new friends."
– The Odyssey, Gustavus Adolphus College
" 'Work' finds its home in a balance between the toils of labor and the field of dreams. Sometimes the drive to find success leads us to miss how good life is right now, and other times our fear of the unknown leads us to miss out on how good life could be.
Every note, every rhythm, every word in this record was brought with that balance in mind. The project digs into the muddied, murky parts of everyday life and asks, what am I missing here? What am I missing that I should be thankful for? What am I missing that I should be longing for?
“We hope that our journey through those questions inspires our listeners to ask those same of themselves. Our dream is that they'll find the same joy we've found in savoring that process of discovery ourselves. " -Spencer- Frontman, Keys, Songwriter