Breathe Carolina are a US based electronic rock band, hailing from Denver, Colorado. The group formed in 2006, and the current line up currently consists of Davis Schmitt, Tommy Cooperman, Eric Armenta, and Luis Bonet.
The band released their first recording Beginnings back in 2007, and immediately gathered a considerable following from their MySpace page before they quit their jobs and took up music as a full time career. The band have had a couple of line up changes over the years, but currently Schmitt is the lead vocalist as well as playing keys, synth, guitar and drums, whilst Armenta plays percussion, Bonet keys, programming, and bass, and Cooperman plays guitar and also programmes.
Before the band were signed, they worked out of their home studio, using computer programmes such as GarageBand to produce their music, and shortly after signed with Rise Records. After performing in Jimmy Kimmel Live, the single Blackout from the album Hell Is What You Make It peaked in the charts and sold over half a million copies, drawing much attention to the band. Their sound is original and refreshing, combining elements of rock, pop, and post hardcore, fused with the electronic elements, and juxtaposed with the screaming vocals.
The four albums and two EPs that they’ve released over the eight years have received much critical acclaim, and they’re set to release a lot more exciting music pretty soon with their most recent label, Columbia Records.
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