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Two guitars, one set of drums and a vacuum microphone stand are all The Status: Fiction (TS:F) need to break out on the music scene delivering a fresh sound straight out of Silver Lake in Los Angeles, California.
Warren Perdon, Peter Macasieb and Justin Foronda bring a sound that combines the best of their influences to their music based on the foundation that consists of The Get Up Kids, Smoking Popes, Green Day and Taking Back Sunday just to name a few.
TS:F, together since the Fall of 2009, actually started out as a duo when music cousins Justin and Warren rekindled their childhood family band roots in 2008. Pete, a mutual friend of theirs, was in search for a band where musical abilities were complemented and whose members shared the same range of musical taste. He found it with Warren and Justin and joined them a year later. The unsuspecting trio of a break-dancer, half-marathon runner, and hater of ketchup (or any other condiment at that), draws from their individual romantic lives to compose honest yet eclectic songs.
Their songs speak of the many experiences and adventures a person goes through on the hunt for love and just living life. With every drumbeat, they inject a sense of fun that resonates through the melodies and genuine vocals. Even when the guys sing about the painful cycle of chasing after the girl you want, who shows she has feelings but ends up running away in the jam “Don’t Wait”, you can’t help but have fun while listening to the hypnotic mix of drums and guitar.
Whether you’ve been hurt after seeing your rebound date other people like in “Ahead of Myself”, or end up regretting that you missed out on a chance to talk to a beautiful person at a party like in the song “TBS (The Bright Star)”, TS:F has a song that will have you playing air guitar at your desk or turning your steering wheel into drums.
Want to hear more from The Status:Fiction? Watch out Fall 2011 when they release their first EP.