Audiostrobelight is not a band. Yes, we write and record songs, we tour all over the country, we even have a Facebook music page. But Audiostrobelight is just not what you expect when someoneís like, ďhey, check out this band, man.Ē Most bands do blah, blah, blah. Not Audiostrobelight. There arenít even words to use instead. They just havenít been invented yet. Boombastic is kinda close, but itís just not right.
Audiostrobelight prefers to ignore traditional in favor of over-the-top. We know the wheel has been invented, but we just donít care. Our songs are refreshing, combining a smooth blend of pop-punk and rock and roll with violins, synthesizers, mandolins, huge harmonies, and just about whatever crazy hijinks we can fit in 3 and a half minutes. Thatís right. Hijinks.
Our live show is similar to an earthquake, or some equally destructive natural disaster. Bodies. Bodies are literally flying through the air. Hair everywhere. Instruments are broken. Blood is (figuratively) spilled. Reckless abandon is in full force. Itís cool.
Audiostrobelight is not a band. Audiostrobelight is an experience. A full 360 degrees of unbridled, unadulterated, perhaps slightly unusual awesomeness. But itís the most fun thing youíll do all year.
Now some facts.
Audiostrobelight is from Virginia Beach. Itís beautiful there.
Audiostrobelight spent much of 2012 on the road behind our 2011 release, ďThe Whole Shebang.Ē The tours went great. Fanbases were expanded. Good times were had.
Audiostrobelight just recorded a new record. Cartel singer Will Pugh produced it. It was mixed by the team of Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount, the same team behind Jimmy Eat World, All Time Low, Mayday Parade and many more. It sounds amazing.
The first single from our RIDICULOUSLY HIGHLY ANTICIPATED new record is called ďCalifornia Gold Rush.Ē Itís available on iTunes and most online music retailers on November 13, 2012. Totally worth downloading.
Audiostrobelight thanks you kindly for reading all of this. Youíre a good person.