Straight outta Boston come pop rockers VioletNine.
The handsome Massachusetts five piece of Ben Consoli (vocals), John Ducharme (guitar/keys), Greg Faucher (drums), Tom Gallo (bass) and Nick Lewis (guitar) first got together in 2002 and has been
playing the club scene ever since to develop their fan base. In April,
they released their first album "Any Wonder" that was produced by Greg
Archilla who previously worked with Matchbox 20, Collective Soul and
VioletNine shows off their true colors on "Images Of Me," one of my favorite songs on their debut album. It packs a propulsive, melodic tension in a crunchy alt-rock arrangement that does not wear out after repeated play. At times I find the song reminiscent of music put out by many British pop rockers such as Snow Patrol. A big thank you to the band for allowing me to share this song.
The band writes me that "'Images Of Me' is a message to anyone that holds you down, dulls your shine and drains your inspiration. It's a combination of looking back on your past struggles and moving forward to better things. Sometimes the people that want you to fail drive you further to success."
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