After four years of constant writing the band is releasing their debut full length album entitled Promises for free. It was recorded in several different places: the guitars were tracked in Augusta, Maine, the vocals were tracked in Boston with their Forever True producer Jay Marr and lastly, the softer songs were produced and recorded by Joe Laquadera in Boston. Terry Williams, associated with Warner and Reprise records has mentored the band. He's worked with such famous artists as Donna Summer, Lionel Richie, and Kenny Rogers.
Critics will always be critics, says drummer James. Anyone can dissect these songs. We just made the best album we know how to. The truth is the past four years of our lives are on this record in raw emotion. At this point in time, the band feels like they have finally found their sound, which ranges from heavier progressive rock all the way to acoustic influenced pop music. This is all displayed at their high-energy, yet very intimate live shows. The band works hard at putting on concerts that reflect and showcase their albums. On the softer tunes, the band creates a mood of closeness and on the heavier tunes the band rocks out 100%, with dueling guitars, drum solos, and funky bass lines. On top of that, Joel often plays his guitar behind his back.
All of the songs have strong messages behind them. For example, in one of my favorite songs, Riverside, we hear we pondered life and welcomed memories through pores. We drank too much and pretended to be so sure. So go grab the free album and hear how true to life it really is.