Trading Yesterday was an alternative acoustic-based rock band from Little Rock, Arkansas. In September 2007, the band changed its name to The Age of Information.
Fronted by record producer/ex-Evanescence co-writer and keyboard player David Hodges, and featuring Steven McMorran on bass and Mark Colbert on drums, Trading Yesterday's ambient, textured sound was showcased on the 'Stealth' soundtrack in 2005 through their song 'One Day.'
Trading Yesterday's début album, 'The Beauty & The Tragedy,' underwent a second printing due to popular demand. They broke away from Epic Records after the company continually delayed release of their second album 'More Than This', which was supposedly shelved permanently but was leaked to the internet by an unknown source in December 2006.
As of 2011, however, David Hodges confirmed that he is currently in the process of remastering various tracks from More Than This, and plans to finally release the album for sale to the general public some time in 2011.
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