Matt and Josh King and Jake Terando gained experience playing at church youth group and on Sunday’s with the church music team. They first performed as a band on June 15, 2007 at the Southampton Town Battle of the Bands. Connor Waleko joined the band in August of 2007.
Music can be such a positive and powerful influence. It is a universal language that can draw people together, break cultural barriers and reach beyond borders. This band wants to play its part!
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"Feed the Need" Reviewed by RadioIndy.com!
|POSTED BY: EricLawrence||POSTED ON: 23 Jul 2008 03:13 PM|
“Feed the Need” is an enjoyable self-titled rock album with surf rock and jazz elements from Feed the Need. Though all four band members are still in high school, Feed the Need has crafted an album that displays their strong musical capabilities on guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards. The vocals are youthful and the lyrics are full of angst, as many of the songs are undoubtedly about the girls they obsess over at their schools. Nevertheless, you’ll find yourself bobbing your head to the beat and singing along with the catchy choruses, agreeing that “Weirdness makes the world go ‘round.” The title track “Feed the Need” is well recorded and allows these youngsters to be heard to their full potential. “Light Up My World” has great keyboard and guitar progressions at the introduction and a catchy chorus to boot. The highlight of the album is “Without Words,” which is an instrumental jam session with great bass and keyboard lines and an impressive guitar solo showcasing the band’s musical finesse. Anyone who enjoys quirky, youthful surf rock should check out this fine album.-Chris & the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
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