manners, please. is a female-led synth indie pop band known for their catchy melodies and heavy rhythms. We walk the line between sassy pop and punchy indie rock. 

Our Bio

manners, please. was formed as a result of spontaneous, raw energy, excessive dad jokes, and accidental forward momentum. Originally a duo, female vocalists Katrina Bolyard and Jennasen Snyder combined alluring harmonies, a mix of electronic and percussive instruments, and an unforgettable stage presence to create a high-energy experience that spellbound audiences in the Indianapolis music scene. As performance requests continued to pour in, the twosome joined up with talented musicians Deak Hall (drums) and Nick Snyder (bass) to complete their sound.

With a tight rhythm section, powerful lyrics, and memorable hooks, manners, please. has generated a buzz that hasn’t died down since their formation. Headlining sold-out shows and regularly drawing crowds that pack the house, manners, please. has enjoyed increasing attention from local press. Their dedicated fan base continues to grow, bringing a pop appeal for fans with diverse musical tastes. manners, please. is a dance-driven musical bazaar with a whole lot of soul, for a group led by gingers.

Our Music

Our latest EP is now published on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Tidal, Google, Amazon, basically wherever you get your music these days. Click the icons below to check them all out. Or just search for “manners please” in app, that should do the trick.

 

            

 

Not trying to go to a modern music app? Don’t quite get it but hey, who are we to judge. Hit the button below to hear some music direct on the site here.

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Press

Feature: Nuvo Magazine

 

“Katrina Bolyard, Jennasen Updike, Dave Hall and Sam Jackson jump right into a high-energy set of soul-pop tunes, receiving increasing levels of approval from the large crowd on hand, with listeners gradually inching closer and closer to the stage as each song unfolds. Considering this scene has recently become a regular one at manners, please. shows, however, fans might be surprised to learn of the band’s comical origins.

-Seth Johnson

Feature: NPR Small Studio Sessions

 

-Listen to the full interview and show here

Feature: DO 317

 

“What started as a lady-driven two piece has grown into a fully realized rock n roll band. still fairly new on the scene, these girls/guys have talent, eclectic taste, and drive – entertaining and passionate performances with catchy hooks, excellent riffs, and pop-soul attitude. everyone is talking about this band – and they love it.”

– Miss Mess

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