2005 – present (12 years)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Picture Perfect is an American Pop Punk band out of Bridgewater NJ USA . Picture Perfect's music is catchy and heavy all at the same time. The variety of sound is reflected in their varied fan base. They have an EP titled Stay Young, a debut album named Face the Facts and an EP Titled "No Room for Love". They have a big hit in the Music Video for "When the Coast is Clear" It has over 700,000 views on Youtube. Their live performances are not to be missed. They have toured on the East Coast of the States and look forward to a national tour in the spring of 2014. A band worth keeping an eye on in the coming years.
Pete Zengerle - Vocals
Bill Cardella - Bass
Sterling Drake – Guitar
Carl Shulz - Guitar
Montana Voegtlin - Drums
Picture Perfect has their next full length album ready to release entitled "Rose". The Band recently signed with Mutant League Records. The album is due to drop in April 2014.
Face the Facts by Picture Perfect is a tour de force of new music. This dynamic album includes everything from pop to punk to near hard core to ballads. There are catchy sing along choruses to fist pumping anthemic drivers.
No Room for Love the January 2013 release by Picture Perfect is another pop punk masterpiece. Many bands would be hard pressed to have this much variety in one EP. Be sure to look for the bonus track, it will make you cry.
The bands main influences are New Jersey, Blink182, Sum41, Tony Hawk proskater2 sound track.
In January of 2013 they released their next EP "No Room for Love" the first video is on Youtube. pictureperfectmusic
In September of 2013 Pete Zengerle revitalized the lineup and released the video for Everyone and Everything on their new music channel Pictureperfectmusictv. Everyone and Everything is about trust, loyalty and disappointment.
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