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Suburban Camouflage / Press

“ A few weeks back I covered the Almost Kings show at Masquerade. One of the opening bands was called Suburban Camoflauge or Sub Cam for short. Before the show I was introduced to a few members of the band by TST friend and photographer, Susie Ceruto. They came off very personable and very friendly, but I hadn’t met Jacob. Jacob Lehman is the front man for Sub Cam. I met him a short time later and he was just as friendly. It was quite a refreshing change to meet a band that didn’t suffer from “rockstar in my own head syndrome”, so at this point I was hoping that they’d be just as talented when they hit the stage and they were. Jacob, although a little clean cut is a great front man. He’s charismatic, he knows how to connect to his audience and most importantly he can sing. He has good voice and great range and onstage clean cut Jacob is an entirely different beast. ”

“There are plenty of up and coming rock bands in Atlanta. Some people go out and support those bands because they’re very talented while others just support them because they’re a great group of guys and Sub Cam just happens to fit both those criteria. A few weeks back I covered the Almost Kings show at Masquerade. One of the opening bands was called Suburban Camoflauge or Sub Cam for short. Before the show I was introduced to a few members of the band by TST friend and photographer, Susie Ceruto. They came off very personable and very friendly, but I hadn’t met Jacob. Jacob Lehman is the front man for Sub Cam. I met him a short time later and he was just as friendly”