“There are six different songs on this album and six different emotions,” says guitarist Mark Quinn of the songs Shadow (intro), Victim of Shame, Lazarus, Anchor, Echoes and Solace.
“This whole EP is about being human, what it means to be human,” says Caelan Gregory, drummer and lyricist. “We don’t want to just connect with listeners on a musical level, but an emotional one as well, and in doing that we hope to connect with people in a real and significant way.”
Since its beginnings nearly a decade ago, the Maryland band, which also includes singer Jack Gurecki, guitarist Michael Nelson and bassist Holly Smith, has touched countless lives. Their music has been played around the world from the United States to the United Kingdom, and from Australia to Brazil, and they have shared the stage with such bands as Three Days Grace, Bad Wolves, In this Moment, Theory of A Deadman, Pop Evil, Black Stone Cherry, among many others.
The band’s music has been streamed thousands of times on top digital platforms such as Spotify, and the band has been named a Band to Watch and one of the top 20 artists of the year.