Really, they are! And so will you
The personal stories of founders Greyson Grimes and James Hamilton are frequently intertwined in their catalog of over 300 songs. They are a real working man’s band, with songs that real people can relate to because they themselves have been there.
Opening for Marcy Playground/Toad the Wet Sprocket/Rick Springfield,
Sold out The Whiskey Los Angeles March 20th 2022
The debut release “Me Now”, written by Greyson Grimes, (produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Mikal Blue (One Republic/Colbie Caillat/Five For Fighting, and Augustana) and Dean Dinning from Toad the Wet Sprocket) reflects on an inner conversation about ghosting a girl with whom he had a long-distance relationship. “The acknowledgment that I’d hurt someone, but I was so wounded myself.” He says that the song was too personal to share. “I didn’t play or perform it for a decade,” he affirms.
The theme of “Me Now” is artfully illustrated with a narrative video that presents the band performing against a skyscraper backdrop
of downtown Los Angeles, crosscut with a sobering narrative depicting a dreamlike overdose