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Since the release of their debut ep, “The Greater Tide” in December 2010, Attalus have established themselves as one of Raleigh’s reputable local bands. Known for passionate live performances and a rigorous work ethic, they have already played alongside bands such as Switchfoot, Thousand Foot Krutch, The Rocket Summer, Anberlin, Hawthorne Heights and Wolves at the Gate – along with many others. Attalus then went on to release two independent full lengths; “Post Tenebras Lux” (2011) and “Gospel Hymns, Vol. 1″ (2013). The latter showcased a completely different sound of their music and 100% of the proceeds from this album are going to 7 Billion Reasons (www.7billionreasons.org ), a global non-profit organization that desires to help provide spiritual and physical support to orphans in Busia, Uganda. After just four months, Attalus sold over 1,000 copies of this record, allowing 7 Billion Reasons to raise more than $10,000 for the orphans in Uganda. Over the course of two years, Attalus began writing a 16-song concept album entitled “Into the Sea.” Working with Mike Watts (As Cities Burn, As Tall As Lions) at Vudu Studio in Port Jefferson, NY, the band has been able to make this their most musically dynamic album to date. Being compared to bands such as La Dispute, Thrice and Brand New, this album is sure to make its mark.
LeAnder is an American alternative rock band from Nashville, TN on a mission to be fully alive. A combination of innovation and a fresh perspective drives the band to its Switchfoot and 30 Seconds To Mars inspired sound. Band members Scott Anderle (lead vocals, guitar), Logan Rhea (bass, backing vocals) and Andrew Hall (drums) met in college while attending MTSU. After a successfully funded Kickstarter in July of 2015, LeAnder dropped their music video Steakhouse and toured that spring and fall around the southeast. These men are authentic in their artistry as well as their lives on and off stage. They hope to use their music as a pathway exploring the many avenues of adventure and chaos, joy and pain, faith and doubt, giving a light of hope amidst a dark & broken world. Now more than ever, LeAnder invites you to join their journey of living fully alive.
ROBERTSON is a husband and wife musical duo based out of Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. Jeremy and Kat first met leading worship together for a Christian summer camp in 2014 at Camp Caswell located in Oak Island, North Carolina. They were married in April of 2016 and began working on original music together that fall. They love to travel and have spent the greater part of 2016 on the road playing various conferences. Both Jeremy and Kat ultimately have a heart to cultivate an environment where people feel comfortable responding in worship to the truth of the Gospel. ROBERTSON will be releasing music for the first time in early 2017. The self-titled four song EP demonstrates their ability as songwriters to write music that is not only catchy, but points to something bigger than themselves. From this record you can expect a folk/pop/blues blend that successfully merges both Jeremy and Kat’s personal styles into something completely new and refreshing