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Numerics began as a thought in the summer of 2007 out of our strong desire to establish a new musical identity. The months following this idea consisted of nightly writing sessions in our midtown Memphis house. Ready to commit our ideas to tape, we tracked the foundation of the record as a duo at University of Memphis studio with engineer Daniel Lynn. Grateful to our hometown of Memphis for its creative boost yet growing desirous for new surroundings, we packed up the recordings, our gear, and our lives and carried them to Nashville.
After settling into a cramped apartment on Music Row, we began to utilize the atmosphere we had been seeking. At Soundstage Studios, engineer Stephen Jones provided the third set of ears we needed to complete the overdubs and mixing for our debut release, "Proud to be a Numerican." Nashville also connected us with local film director Cameron McCasland. Cameron helped us create the music video for our first single, "Precious Time" and together we won a Hermes and a Telly Award.
We are a self-sufficient band. We write, arrange, produce, record, and perform our music; design and maintain our website and merchandise; and film and edit many of our videos. We believe in the powers of the recording studio, the Internet, and live performance to achieve our goals of creating and entertaining. Please join us in our appreciation of music, art, and life....
- Parrish and Lloyd