Shiffley is a five-piece indie pop band based out of Long Island, NY. With their catchy melodies, danceable beats, and quirky stage antics, the band never ceased to provide a live show that is engaging. Despite their young age, they have achieved a strong regional following in the Northeast. In the past year, Shiffley has opened for notable acts such as Twenty One Pilots and Laura Stevenson, and has places as a finalist in both CBS's Grammy Gig of a Lifetime and VH1's Make A Band Famous competition. Recently the band returned fomr playing in Austin, Texas in March during SxSW week.

Last year the band recorded their second EP, "Atomic Robot Man," at The Cutting Room Studios in New York City. These tracks have been synced to national television on chanels such as MTV, TruTV, and the Travel Channel with more placements lined up for the upcoming year. Their music can be heard regularly on many college radio station across the country in regular rotation.

Shiffley brings the synth rock sound from a band like Imagine Dragons and the catchy hooks and pop radio-friendly rock sounds of a band like American Authors together with the vigor of a high school romance.
— Mark Ventrice, WSBU

Their latest EP, "Anthem City," marks a new direction for the band. Characterized by retro synthesized sounds existing in an EDM-inspired atmosphere, these tracks lyrically dive into some of the most curious paradigms of our society. For the first time, the recordings were fully recorded and produced by Shiffley, giving the band a very personal connection with these songs. Their hope is that they can share that connection with their devoted fans and that it will bring them to new ears.

This upcoming year marks the band's homecoming to Long Island, postgrad. Returning back to their roots, they plan on writing new material and performing it regularly throughout the Tri-state area.