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RMRS / Bio

Emerging from the San Antonio music scene, comes RMRS (Rumors), an alternative rock band with catchy pop vibes. They established themselves as a band in August 2011, but remained hidden from the public until Fall 2012.Their name has spread quickly through San Antonio with their first album release published in multiple local newspapers, magazines, and radio stations.

"Don't Say What It Means To You" is the first full-length album released from the band, and it has been hitting airwaves in different cities such as Austin, Corpus Christi, and even as far as California. Intentions were made by the band to create something ambient with a driving force that will leave melodies stuck in your head for days.

Although the first full length was recently distributed, the band has ambitiously already recorded a second album to be released in late 2014.

Representing San Antonio, RMRS competed in the Ernie Ball Battle Of The Bands 2014 for the Vans Warped Tour, and won. With this exposure, they wrangled in new fans hailing from both the city and the surrounding areas.

With such a short life span, the band has already shared the stage with big names such as Glassjaw, Minus The Bear, Mutemath, Chiodos, Emery, This Will Destroy You, The Octopus Project, Lower Dens, Juicy J, The Dear Hunter, The Protomen, Bright Light Social Hour and many others!

While their summer tour around Texas just wrapped, RMRS has only one hope in mind when they take the stage: to reach as many like-minded and creative souls who share the same desire to make a difference.

General Info

Band Members
Joseph Briones - Drums, Kyle Cooper - Guitar, Michael Christopher - Vocals, Edward Welsh - Bass
Artist Name
RMRS
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/RMRSofficial
Active Since
08/11
Genres
Indie / Alternative Pop / Rock

Contact Info

Location
San Antonio, TX

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