Stargazy Pie at The Moore in Seattle.

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Stargazy Pie has been lighting up playlists, airwaves, and stages with their own brand of shred-pop since 2019. Critics and fans alike have fallen for their bright melodies, sing-along choruses, shredding guitars, and slamming double-bass drumming. They won the People’s Choice award at the 2022 ShoreLake Battle of the Bands, and they were chosen as part of MoPop’s Sound Off! 2023. Over the last four years, they’ve played clubs, festivals, and benefits around the Pacific Northwest.

Pacific Northwestitis album cover.
Stargazy Pie Band - Pacific Northwestitis song art.
I'm So Screwed album art of the band leaning over a fence by the water.
People Suck

Butterfly hand grenade

Stargazy Pie’s debut album released in 2021

“Pretty Great is an apt description for this delightful album. Butterfly Hand Grenade is a solid work, and a very impressive debut for this remarkably talented young band.”


Band Members

If the four guys in Stargazy Pie hadn’t run into each other in 2018, they’d be in four wildly different bands by now. One would be tearing up the coffee-shop circuit, one would be arguing with police about noise ordinances, one would be discussing cape options with his prog band, and one would be doubling his jazz guitar solos on clarinet. But the four of them share a love of great songwriting, and they bring all of these influences together in an energetic power-pop band.

Jack Stoker
Lead vocals & Rhythm Guitar

Logan C
Lead Guitar


Drums & Backing Vocals

music videos

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stargazy pie in action

Stargazy Pie has won songwriting awards, been finalists in battles of the bands, been played on terrestrial and streaming stations from Seattle to Pennsylvania to Manchester to Canberra, shot a couple of videos, played clubs and festivals across the Pacific Northwest, recorded at Seattle’s historic London Bridge Studios, and completely ignored the memo about not wearing flannel anymore.


Photo Credits: Skye Warden | Ken Keys (Northwest Digital Multimedia Services) | Nate Watters | Christopher Nelson