Mammoth Indigo, the brainchild of lead singer/guitarist Cody Bowers, was formed in 2013 in Harrisonburg, VA with friends Dan McDonough (guitar/keys/vocals) and Eric Singer (percussion). The band played their first show in their hometown in June, 2013 and soon realized that they needed to continue pursuing the creative connection they all had together.
The band released their self-titled debut a few months later in August of 2013, with attention grabbing singles ͞Rapture͟, ͞God-Made Satellite͟, and ͞No Mothers͟. They hit the road hard by booking their own shows and traveling fully across the US in support of the album. Early 2014, they were supported by Richmond native, Joey Cook (American Idol finalist) on two different legs of tours throughout the US. The band continued playing extensively after that and ended up touring with The Soil and The Sun, You Blew It!, and Taking Back Sunday.
After watching the band at a live show in Charlotte, NC, the band finally found their permanent bass player in Adam Vaagen. The group now felt complete with a full lineup and were determined to make their passion for their music known. Cody had already begun to piece together what would be their sophomore album and the band decided to take the next year to focus on writing and recording.
In April of 2018, the band released ͞Wilt͟, which was premiered by Substream Magazine. Showcasing singles such as ͞Flowers In The Basement͟, ͞Full Bloom͟and ͞Whiskey King͟ the band traveled to Austin, TX in March of 2018 to play the Feedbands Showcase during SXSW. They are currently gearing up for a full US tour in August of 2018 as well as continuing to hit the road forever.