Noble Bodies is Bryce Taylor (guitar/vox/drums), Elaine Bradley (drums/vox/guitar), and Chris Bennett (bass).
They started in 2004 under the name Another Statistic till 2008 when they broke up. Elaine became the drummer for Neon Trees and were picked up by a label and have produced several albums and done world-wide tours. In 2016, Elaine was asked to sit in as the drummer on the Late Night with Seth Meyers' 8G band. She didn't want to practice alone so she called Bryce to come play guitar for her. Magic then happened, new songs were created, they knew they had to call Chris to come play bass. On April 14, 2017 Noble Bodies was officially formed. “Why not just keep the name Another Statistic?”, you ask. Glad you asked. It was too difficult for people to say it without stuttering or tripping over the massive amounts of consonants. Also, Noble Bodies is a cooler name. AND why keep an old name when you are setting out on a brand new adventure???
Noble Bodies has an EP set to release November 27, 2017 called "It's OK It's Hell", and their single "What A World" was released September 12, 2017.
On May 4, 2018, Noble Bodies released their single "Take Me Down".