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Finding September, teen band from San Antonio release debut track and video from new EP “History”

WHILE SETTING SAN ANTONIO (AND BEYOND!) ABLAZE, ALT POP/PUNK POWERHOUSE FINDING SEPTEMBER INFUSES THEIR DEBUT EP ‘HISTORY’ WITH A MIX OF LIGHTHEARTED FUN (“SUMMER CLUB”) AND DARK, INTENSE THEMES.

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The latest Video / Track “”Let It Burn”, released by the up and rocking young band from Texas known as Finding September is a solid High Energy anthem of the inner hearts of today’s youth, looking for reason and wrapped in self-examination. This group that seethes with talent cut their teeth in the clubs of their local scene and now takes their brand of music to the masses in a pivotal release that is sure to gather the masses to their stage. Taking cue and lead from fem fronted bands like No Doubt and September Mourning, the band shows the power of the female lead, yet do not look to make it a gimmick, make no mistake, vocalist Emily Bayardo’s voice packs a punch that hits home.

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Caught up in the wild chaotic energy created by the monster musicians propelling the fire behind her, Emily Bayardo, sheds her once super shy, ultra-introverted personality and transforms, as she so eloquently and metaphorically puts it, “from Barney to T-Rex.”

“People ask us about our genre all the time,” Emily says,  ‘pop punk ‘seemed to be the closest one we’d fall into. Honestly, we just played and developed ideas that sounded cool to us. Our sound has definitely changed a lot as we grow both individually and as a band. I think the songs on our EP, History, reflect what we were all going through at that moment in time. Each one tells a different. They represent personal experiences and overall, just growing up and going through life with all its punches.”

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You can catch Emily’s charismatic wildness and the visceral intensity of Jayden Mermella (drums), Josh Gomez (guitar) and Graham Butler (bass) via their YouTube video for “Let It Burn” (shown above) – one of the heavier-themed tracks on their recently released critically acclaimed debut EP “History“.

The band recorded their debut EP with Chelsea Grin drummer Pablo Viveros at Elevate Studios, and the first single, “Summer Club”, was released in May 2018. History, their impressive debut, dropped 6/22/18, and has gone on to receive high praise and positive reviews from fans and critics alike. ÜberRock, a respected UK rock publication, said “Their brand of pop punk brings different flavors to the mix and allows them to create some separation from other bands in the genre by establishing a distinct foundation.” South Texas Sound Project praised their versatility and passion, declaring “…Finding September could soon be the new little ol’ band from Texas we are all talking about.”

Follow Finding September:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FindingSepte…

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/findingsept…

Twitter: https://twitter.com/FindingSept

Finding September YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzpk…

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About Joseph Timmons (8342 Articles)
I am the Father of 5 and a "Would Be Philosopher of Idiocy" - Author and Writer for several Blogs and Online Magazine. Review Journalist, Musician and Audio Buff. Follow Me and I'm Sure to Entertain.

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