Check out video for Falling Like The Sun by The String Theory

Posted: May 6, 2014 in Bands, Entertainment, Indie Rock, music, New Music, New Release, rock, Video
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Straight from Independence, Kentucky is one of the most promising new Indie Rock bands for 2014… The String Theory.  This powerful trio brings to life a culmination of sounds from blues, hard rock, metal, funk and so much more. In a world where so much  music has been compartmentalized to fit a genre or sub-genre standard, it is awesome to see a band just put their full attention to putting out GREAT MUSIC! That is exactly what The String Theory does.They clearly capture, Heart, Soul and Rock and Roll.

The String Theory is David Cahill on Vocals and Guitar, Andrew Sterner on Bass and Vocals and Tristan Arnold on Drums. These three combined, create a big powerful sound that deserves your attention. I had the opportunity to listen to their new album, “Falling Like The Sun” and I am hooked on this band. The whole album is filled with well-written, energetic and fun songs. You can read our review of the album from our previous post here.

They have released a video for their title track, Falling Like The Sun and you can check it out here:

 

The String Theory definitely has an infinite array of styles, and they have found the perfect way to blend them and create their own unique sound. A sound that everyone should hear.

Their album, “Falling Like The Sun” was recorded at Moonlight Studios in Fairfield, Ohio and was engineered and produced by Eric Tuffendsam. The album is currently available on iTunes, CDBaby, Amazon MP3, Rhapsody, Spotify as well as through their website here. This album is clearly one you shouldn’t miss!

Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on this brilliant power trio, The String Theory. They are undoubtedly, soon to be one of your favorite new bands!

~ Marisol

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