I Don't Love You Anymore
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Hailing from the heartland, The Rewind is an up and coming rock band dedicated to providing every audience with an authentic rock n' roll experience.
Formed in 2012 by lead vocalist/guitarist Josh Decker and lead guitarist Alex Carroll, the band has shared the stage with well-known modern rock acts like Buckcherry, Pop Evil, Saving Abel, Tantric, and Sister Hazel, legendary rock groups from the 70s like Molly Hatchet, Black Oak Arkansas and Head East, 80s glam metal bands Faster Pussycat and Bang Tango, and has performed at a number of festivals across the Midwest, sharing the bill alongside artists like Bazzi and BLAISE MOORE. With catchy, guitar-driven music that harkens listeners back to the days of Aerosmith and Cheap Trick while still retaining its modern appeal, The Rewind instills an energy into their sound that is evident not only in their studio recordings but particularly in their live appearances. In 2015, drummer Brett Lowe joined the group and the present lineup was rounded out by bassist Pat Austin in January of 2017. In March 2017, the band was signed to Tremulant Records and quickly got to work on their first album, Casting Shadows, which was released in September of that year. The Rewind continues to perform around Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri, and is actively writing their second album. In March 2019, Pat decided to leave the band to pursue other dreams, and Greg Turner was added on bass, who filled a critical role in the sound and image of the Rewind.