After emerging on the national music scene in 2011 with features on MTVU and MTV2, Los Angeles-based band A MILLION PIECES is charging to the frontlines of the American pop-rock genre with the release of their new album, Supernatural. The group's infectious hooks and dance beats boast a mix of 80’s synth-pop with anthemic rock, comparable to the likes of industry contemporaries Maroon 5 and The Killers.
Deciding to part ways with the band’s original lineup in 2011, founding member Peter Vanderloos (guitar) joined forces with Graham Fenton as lead singer after a chance encounter at an LA restaurant where Fenton worked as a singing waiter. On hiatus from his lead role in the Grammy award-winning Broadway show Jersey Boys (hosted in Las Vegas), Fenton seized the opportunity to front A MILLION PIECES. A powerhouse lineup fell into place as Lucas Gordon (drums) and Brad Crowell (bass) formed a close friendship with Fenton and Vanderloos in 2011, all sharing early influence from rock legends Queen and Genesis.
"Whether you're a young listener with the taste of today's pop culture or a selective audiophile from eras past, our sound will find a home in your speakers. We'd like to think of ourselves as a group with the ability to create the same kind of musical impact as our pop and classic rock influences alike," says Fenton.
Supernatural features hits that consume listeners, capturing hearts with a new edge that defines American pop culture. Following sold-out performances at the House of Blues (Anaheim), the Key Club (Los Angeles), and the Blue Bird Theatre (Denver), the band’s much-anticipated release promises to deliver a larger-than-life stadium pop-rock sound with Fenton's notable vocal style. A MILLION PIECES Supernatural album is just the introduction for this burgeoning group. [+]
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Created: March 6, 2016, 2:23 p.m.
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