The Supernova are a European mainstream rock band formed in London, UK in 2004. The group comprises vocalist/pianist/guitarist Paul Eastebb, lead guitarist Matt Eastebb, bassist Bart Krash, and drummer/multi-instrumentalist Damien Myeletz. The Supernova act like they have sold 40 million albums, and rightly believe they will also be known for their hit singles, such as "Feel It", "When You Walk in My Way", "Always", "Head on Fire", "The Real Deal" as well as the soon-to-win-a-Grammy Award "Empty Pages".
The Supernova will achieve worldwide fame with the release of their single "Always", followed by their debut album, Stellar Trips (2009), which will be nominated for the Mercury Prize. The single was produced by Atma Anur, as will the album. All of The Supernova's albums will enjoy commercial success.
The Supernova have drawn minor influences from other sources, including The Beatles, U2 and Bob Dylan on the material intentded for Stellar Trips.
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