These songs are a collection of memories and instances. Of love. Of loss. Of learning. These songs are an extension of ourselves - much in the same way as our arms and legs. These songs created us more than we created them. We are The Millenium, and we are humbled that you are on our silly little social media site listening.
4 Door Theatre, Formerly known as Who We Are, are a Pop Rock trio hailing from Nashville, TN. This group of 90s kids blends huge choruses with corky love stories.
The Stolen are the tri-state area's highest energy filled Pop Rock band. Based in Old Bridge, NJ the band has developed a devout following touring the US.
The Stolen have shared the stage with notable artists such as Neon Trees, The Offspring, Allstar Weekend (formerly. Allstar), Man Overboard, Brokencyde, The Millionaires, and many more. The Stolen have also performed at the 2013 Vans Warped Tour as well as several other national festivals.
Recently released "Adults" EP produced by Jesse Cannon and Mike Oettinger has become quickly favored among fans already selling over 1,000 copies and received great hype on notorious sites such as PropertyofZack, AbsolutePunk, and The Thumbprint.
Music video for 2012 single "Aviation Plaza" was featured on Fuse TV's Fuse on Demand and charted #1 for 3 weeks on OnlyLyrics.com's top 100 rock videos. "Aviation Plaza" aired on 95.9FM the wRAT, New Jersey's hottest rock station. Other songs from the album have aired on several other commercial and independent radio stations throughout the US and Canada.
"Adults" combines catchy hooks with sincere lyrics, unforgettable choruses, and singing guitar solos define The Stolen's unique sound. While the album tells a heartfelt story of growing up, the music varies from lighthearted tracks like "Motion Sickness" to darker emo jams like "Getting New at Growing Old" finding that perfect blend that Alternative music has been waiting for.
Pop punk / indie from Chicago, IL
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