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Aranda with Devour the Day, We As Human, Starset, Shaman's Harvest Brothers Dameon and Gabe Aranda have been writing, playing, and singing music together since they were kids, and even at a young age, they knew that music was going to be a major part of their lives. Dameon grew up to work with such artists as Jessica Simpson and the Backstreet Boys, as well as Grammy-nominated producers Sam Watters, Louis Biancaniello, and Mark Ronson. 2009 saw Aranda's first single, "Still in the Dark," climb into the Top 30 in rock radio across the country, and American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson decided to cover two of the band's songs on her newest album, All I Ever Wanted.One of the songs she covered, "Whyyawannabringmedown," is Aranda's follow-up single to "Still in the Dark." The high-energy song is an in-your-face rebellion, and was selected by the WWE as the official theme song of their event The Bash.Aranda released a deluxe edition of their 2008 self-titled debut album, which includes live tracks and a radio mix of "Whyyawannabringmedown." Next up is a DVD/CD of their wall-shaking album release show called Aranda: Live From OKC. Dameon and Gabe are no strangers to sharing the stage with big names in rock: during the past year, they have performed with hit bands such as the All American Rejects, Saliva, Shinedown, Puddle of Mudd, Theory of a Deadman, and Black Stone Cherry. With the brothers' flawless harmonies and passionate onstage performances, Aranda is a live show you'll never forget. "We want to create high energy, keep rocking, keep everybody entertained. We want to involve the audience and make it fun for them," guitarist Dameon says. "Our hope is that you'll keep coming back for more."The band has just finished recording their 2nd album "Stop the World" with Grammy Nominated producer Johnny K (Disturbed, Sevendust, Staind, Drowning Pool). The bands first single from the record is called 'Undone" and is currently climbing the active rock charts.