LA Alternative pop-rockers A MILLION PIECES are poised to explode into the radio airwaves with the release of their Supernatural Record. The group's soaring pop songs and dance rock hooks have been compared to the likes of industry contemporaries Maroon 5 and The Killers, while the group has self dubbed their sound, 'Dance Rock.' With their current line-up – vocalist Graham Fenton, guitarist Peter Vanderloos, bassist Brad Crowell and drummer Lucas Gordon – A MILLION PIECES is energized with renewed resolve. Featuring the soaring vocals of frontman Fenton, previously of the Grammy-winning Broadway production of Jersey Boys, A MILLION PIECES cites early influence from stadium rockers such as Queen and Genesis.
"We write tunes that EVERYONE can enjoy. Whether you're a young listener with the influence of today's pop culture or a selective audiophile from eras past, this record 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.
The songs on Supernatural propel listeners on an energized journey, ready to capture hearts with a new edge that defines American pop culture. After sold out performances in Los Angeles, New York, Boston and Denver, as well as being featured on MTVU and MTV2, the group's much-anticipated release promises to deliver with a larger-than-life stadium pop sound that will leave fans singing and dancing to infectious grooves and Fenton's notable vocal style.
With a passion unfettered and a resolve stronger than ever, A MILLION PIECES is determined to win the notoriety Supernatural deserves. "At the end of the day, we are all here with our friends to write songs and make a career out of what we love to do most – play music," says Vanderloos.
A MILLION PIECES Supernatural Record is just the introduction for this burgeoning group. Get your copy of Supernatural - available World Wide this winter.
For Fans Of: The Killers, Maroon 5, Coldplay, Foster the People