The Inverted / Press

“When Florida's The Inverted released their debut album 'Thorns' last year it didn't really get the attention it deserved. Now that the young trio (they range in age from 18 to 20) are pushing forward with more of a promotional campaign, they could well find themselves getting that coverage. Citing a wide range of influences which is reflected in the music they make, songs range from the radio-friendly, more commercial single 'Eyes Closed' to tracks that are come with a more indie-rock sound. So when they say they like Silversun Pickups and Arctic Monkeys as well as pop-rock such as The Killers and U2 they really mean it.”

“Third times the charm for Jensen Beach band to play Sunfest!”

“Local band set to shine at Sunfest! The Inverted, a home-grown indie band out of Stuart, formed when the members were in high school. Since then the boys have played at some great venues ranging from Jacksonville to Miami and, like all ambitious band mates with a passion for performing, are looking to spread their music, a sculpted sound that displays their individual talents, far and wide.”

"The Jensen beach-based band has been compared to The Killers and The Shins and has earned tremendous respect on the local music scene"

Ginny Beagan - The Stuart News

“The Inverted have come a long way for three people who are so young. However, music has always been inside these three lads, and finally with the synchronisation of all three members, they have now been able to channel their gifts into a solid and wonderful four-track EP.”

Danny Ellis - http://www.venturemag.co.uk/

“The Inverted – “Devil’s Daughter” {Rock} + Free downloads Just because Florida is all about sunshine and happy days doesn’t mean they don’t know how to write a song about pain, anger and Satan’s daughter. This is the band’s debut single which is off their new four-track EP of the same title, and you can download all their tracks for free over at their Soundcloud page.”


“Florida alternative band The Inverted took some time between school and shows to record a special acoustic session of their song, “Alone.” The high schoolers (yes, these boys are still in high school!) turn their acoustic session into a memorable performance with their impressive harmonies and raw musical talent. These guys may be young, but their mature sound and lyrics show their promise for the immediate future.”

“The "Big Dog Fat Cat" Festival was a success yesterday. The festival was arranged by the Martin County F.O.O.L.S to benefit the Humain Society of the Treasure Coast. One of the highlights was the "Battle of the Bands". Ten bands from Vero to Palm Beach County competed. The top three bands were, First Place, Big Bang Radio, Second Place, Chaotic Curfew, and Third Place went to Tobin 123. Cash and recording time were the prizes. Over all a great event and the F.O.O.L.S. plan on making this an annual event.”

Stuart News

“Thank You for performing at our 2010 Rock-A-Thon. Your contribution helped make this annual fundraiser a whopping success. We hope that you will continue to partner with us in the future as we strive to achieve our mission to provide people in need with help to be given the opportunity to become home owners. You guys did a great job! To be young and have that much talent is a gift. Best of luck to you, and we'll keep following you once you hit the big time!”

Mary Jones - Habitat for Humanity