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Bio
Based in Asheville, NC, we are a six-piece, three-guitar rock band with vocal harmonies and fluid dynamics. Over the past five years, we've honed our sound and self-produced two EPs. In Spring 2015 we will be releasing our debut Full Length.
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Interests
indie rock, alternative
Location
Asheville

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Bo Caldwell

I dig the track.  It a neat indie rocker with some good energy behind it.  Reminds me of the Strokes, Modest Mouse, Killers, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and others.  

I would target this track to the college demographic for sure.  A college radio campaign would be a good idea but you will probably need to do a radio edit.  The track runs a bit long for the radio world.

Other than that, all of you look pretty good.  You have a nice vibe going in your photos.  You are pretty new from the looks of things so you have a lot of work to do to build up your online fans and footprint.  Also, you need to play out more.... MUCH more.

If you are interested in talking further about anything please don't hesitate to reach out.

Liane Chan

This song kind of sounds like other bands, but aside from that is pretty good. The vocals contrast the faster drum beats, which are probably the 2nd most noticeable part of the track. The instrumental portion of the song allows you to appreciate the other instruments more, though it does seem to make the song a little long. It sounds like it could be in regular rotation on modern rock radio.

Trina N. Green

I can get behind this track. Solid indie rock appeal and musicality to my ears and my initial impression was that of a lo-fi Strokes and I'd easily listen to it again. And again which, for a song over 4 1/2 minutes long, is great. What does need to happen is step up on the production. Overall it sounds a bit tinny/hollow and at the 4 minute mark the vocals all but get buried and that's a shame. At that point in the song the vocals should be more prevalent and passionate than ever.

Hope to hear more from you.

Andrea Young

Very much like this alternative pop rock tune and want to listen to it more than once.  I think it needs a bit more production work (mastering?), especially in the bridge sections (“one and one is three...”), which might also use some further thinking on instrumentation.  I’d like to know what the song is about, ie, see lyrics posted, to understand more if it has a universal theme that would appeal or if it is more niche.  Thanks for your submission, good luck with your music.