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Peace Mercutio (peacemercutio.com) is a four-piece Pop-punk alt. rock group from Seattle, WA in the vein on Jimmy Eat World, Anberlin, and Foo Fighters.
The band recently recorded a new single with producer Brett Baird at Tooth & Nail’s Compound recordings in Seattle, WA utilizing the same space that captured the sounds of Anberlin, Emery, and Underoath.
Peace Mercutio has had a big year including a west coast tour with Alabaster (Seattle, WA) and Fighting The Villain (San Fran, CA) and a newly released music video for their first single “Too Close For Comfort” featured as an exclusive on Absolutepunk.net (you can view in the video section of this EPK). The band has also received airplay on over 130 college radio stations around the country.
What makes Peace Mercutio stand out? The band showcases two lead vocalists Dan and Andy who provide the voice behind an emotional, and diverse set of story-driven songs. Taylor is the band’s drummer often compared to the stylings of Taylor Hawkins of Foo Fighters and Zac Farro of Paramore. The whole outfit is anchored by the tasteful low end of David Oquist on bass. Fans of Peace Mercutio enjoy the band’s mature and energetic pop-punk sound and easy-to-relate-to lyrics about life, love, and determination.
The band’s debut album ‘Weather The Storm’ is available on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.