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Seconds to Breathe - Colton Avery - GEORGIA CHROME

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8p – Doors
8:30p – Colton Avery
9:30p - Seconds to Breathe
1130-GEORGIA CHROME(21+)

 
 
 
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Seconds to Breathe: Hailing from Tempe, Arizona, Seconds to Breathe combines soaring vocals, powerful guitar textures, and driving rhythms to create music that is sincere, uplifting, powerful, and relevant to both the listeners and the band themselves. Influenced by and for fans of such noted bands as U2, Jimmy Eat World, Foo Fighters, Coldplay, and Jeff Buckley, Seconds to Breathe are definitely an important band to watch as they gear up to release Bringers of Light, a new full length album that promises to connect the band to an entirely new audience in the years to come. Seconds to Breathe consists of lead vocalist Hondo Valdez, guitarist Nate Heater, bassist/vocalist Cory Spotts, guitarist/vocalist Mark Morrell, and drummer Marty Welker. The band was originally founded in 2002 by Heater and Morrell, who were joined by Valdez shortly thereafter. After about two years of writing and lineup changes, the band welcomed bassist Cory Spotts and drummer Marty Welker into the fold, and the newly completed lineup commenced work on Sirens, the group’s debut full-length album. Almost 10 years since the band’s conception, Seconds to Breathe has emerged with Bringers of Light, the long awaited follow-up to the band’s debut full-length. Bringers of Light finds a refreshed, reborn band that have grown as musicians, songwriters, and friends, and the evolution of the band is made evident as the album progresses through the loudest, quietest, prettiest, grittiest, and most meaningful music the band has ever produced. The joys and hardships that life has bestowed upon Valdez, Heater, Spotts, Morrell, and Welker have molded Bringers of Light into the kind of record with something that almost anyone can connect to: a record of celebration, loss, forgiveness, regret, and ultimately, redemption.