Paradox Please formed in July 2011 in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area. Their music shows a variety of influences ranging from progressive rock, heavy metal, and indie music. While being billed as an alternative rock act the assortment of music styles shows throughout each track and has helped them grow a large and diverse fan base. All the musicians have come together with newly written materialin 2011 after working with various other projects in the region led by singer and guitarist James Beswick. Accompanied by bassist Brittany Glitsch, and drummer Chad Leonberg Paradox Please has played many significant venues in the Pittsburgh area and north of Pittsburgh in the city of Erie, PA. Their dynamic live performance is only overshadowed by their emotional, thought provoking, and inventive music structure.
They released their first EP, Project 139, March 3rd, 2012 in both digital and physical format. Following up with multiple festival appearances in Pittsburgh, Paradox Please embarked on their first tour in August in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Illinois ending with a performance at the Legendary Dobbs in Philadelphia as part of the cities Liberty City Music Festival. After the tour Paradox Please went to Columbus, OH to record their new single “Singularity” which was released November 1st, 2012 with a music video released December 1st, 2012.
Currently, the band is putting the finishing touches on their new EP, currently untitled, which is set to be released June 1st, 2013 with a new music video. In addition to their new EP, they were selected to play for the Millennium Music Conference in Harrisburg in February of 2013 and added as a featured artist on the website ReverbNation for a week by the co-founder Lou Plaia. Included in their fast start to 2013 they were nominated for two categories at the Pittsburgh Rock Music Awards in the Best Alternative Rock Band and Best Alternative Rock Music Video for Singularity, winning in both categories. [+]
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