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Too Many Humans began as a fun collaborative effort between two brothers that simply enjoyed playing music. Initially it was obvious that the two held very different styles and influences; but over time this merger of minds began to sound like something cohesive and unique to itself; and the brothers decided to take things more seriously.
Living at the time in a very small Florida based beachtown they were fortinute enough to meet Richard Skopnik; a freelance producer who had experience working with some labels in England. Mutually inspired by one another they decided to record a true studio album together; and the brothers made the decision that they would also have to move to a bigger city to give them a real chance at making this into a career.
After spending a year tracking instruments for the album; the duo moved to Denver in Fall of 2014. It was there that they met bassist Joseph King; who immediately clicked with the band musically. King's improvisational abilities, writing skills, and techinique have become a great compliment to the band and a big part of its future.
As a three piece the band is already writing a lot of new material as the album awaits final production and release. With a fully dedicated practice space; Too Many Humans have spent time honing their sets and are ready to take their music live to anyone willing to listen.