Landon Rojas: Lead vocals, guitar
Lucas Morand: Bass
Cade Rojas: Drums
Cameron Smith: Lead Guitar
Colton Weathersby: Keyboard
Bryan Clark: electric mandolin, baritone guitar
Produced by: Bryan Clark
Mixed by: Bryan Clark
Engineered by: Ernesto Olvera
Assistant Engineer: Kevin Smith
Mastered by: Frank Gagliardi
Artwork: Karen Holubek
The band incorporated alternative rock and pop rock influences into their sound. Seeking inspiration from other great bands such as the Strokes, Catfish & The Bottlemen and the Artic Monkeys, Rescue Party took the risk and produced the album independently with the help of producer Bryan Clark. Bryan is a multi-instrumentalist and talented producer whose previous credits include working with artists ranging from Bonnie Raitt to Kelsea Ballerini.
The album engineering team included Ernesto Olvera-Lapier and Kevin who worked tirelessly to make the album a success. Bryan Clark on the album mix and Frank Gagliardi on the mastering of the album and Chris Brush with editing.
The band began recording the Album at Blackbird Studios in Nashville, TN in December 2016. If that doesn’t sound impressive enough, consider that Blackbird was founded in 2002 by country music superstar Martina McBride and her husband, sound engineer John McBride, and that its client list includes Kings of Leon, Taylor Swift, Darius Rucker, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Killers and Evanescence, to name just a few. The album includes eleven tracks plus a demo version of their song “Breathe Deep”. Following the success in live performances and fan’s requests the band decided to change the name of one of their song originally named “3 to 1” to “3 months”. Rescue Party was formed in Spartanburg, SC. A group of five friends from Boiling Springs and Dorman High School decided to have jam sessions in a basement to play something in the spectrum of alternative rock. The band members include Landon (Lead Vocals); Lucas (Bass); Cameron (Lead Guitar); Cade (Drums) and Colton (Keyboard). The band had a terrific year. In 2016 some highlights included opening up for major artists Daya, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and Mayday Parade.
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