This four piece band out of Denver, Colorado began as two friends (singer/guitarist Chris Heckman and keyboardist Nathaniel Hammond) hoping to create their own unique style.
After years of experimenting with tones and effects, as well as the additions of drummer Jason Hoke and bassist Jeff Swoboda, the band eventually stumbled onto the sound that would, in fact, set them apart from the rest. If you wanted to keep it vague, you could call them indie rock or even synth rock, but past that, the genre lines begin to blur.
In their debut EP, "The Beautiful, The Terrifying," The Epilogues have somehow managed to successfully walk the line between mainstream and experimental music. The tracks seamlessly transition between such radio-friendly, pop-rock track as "Hurting You" and less traditional, electronic-influenced tracks like "On the Radio" or "Caroline." While there is no shortage of influences that gave rise to these songs, The Epilogues have a sound that is very much their own. Meshing dark undertones with infectious dance hooks, you may not know what to call it, but one thing is certain…
The Epilogues are a rare breed and are bound for the national spotlight.
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