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How It All Played Out

by The April Skies

modern indie/alternative with a 80s feel.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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The Hershey, Pennsylvania alternative/indie band The April Skies - who released Flood some 18 months ago - is a much different band now. Following years of gigging, near-misses and near-hits; The April Skies disappeared from the indie music scene in 1998. When they returned in 2001, they brought with them a new attitude and a new mission: to let the world hear their music. In 2003, they released The Breathe EP and followed that up with the full-length Flood in 2005. Flood became a break-through record that proved the band was a formidable force in the independent music scene and an act capable of making solid, important records. Flood sold in stores from Los Angeles to Boston, the press was favorable and flattering. From coast to coast, radio stations promoted and played the disc as well and the band wrapped up 2005 performing around the East Coast in support of Flood.

The April Skies started out 2006 by entering the studio and beginning work on a new release. In March, they took time out of recording to finish promoting Flood with an East coast mini tour. Singer/Guitarist Jake Crawford: "The tour was one of the best times weve experienced as a band. But we were more than ready to finish the new CD and get out there and play more.

If The April Skies sound like a new band on How It All Played Out it's because, they practically are: changes to the line-up as well as the on-going process of life were defining elements that not only helped shape this CD but the band itself. In 18 months time, this band has seen near death experiences, births, marriages, divorces, friends coming and going, bad endings, new beginnings. In this new CD, youll hear traces of The Breathe EP the jangly, delayed guitars, atmospheric keyboards and driving rhythms. Youll also hear the growth, maturity and song-writing experience they learned during the making of Flood. And youll hear newer sounds that show this group of veteran players are as fresh as ever. How It All Played Out lays bare a band continuing to evolve in the process of making records.

The April Skies present you with How It All Played Out.

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