Invisible Target is an alternative rock band from Austin, Texas consisting of front man Joshua Flores, drummer Caleb Flores, guitarist Nick Lopez, and bassist Jeremy Boyum. The band was formed at the end of 2007 and is still making their way through the music industry to this day. ”I want to say we are taking something that we love to do and use it to spread a message. That’s what I feel we are trying to do with our music. Whether it’s successful or not that’s up to each individual listener. Music has always been used for some purpose, for me more so as a friend. Just like this friend has helped me, I want it to help others as well.” –Josh.
After the bands first 2 years of playing together they made their first demo cd and found themselves performing at SXSW Festival 2009. While still gaining fans in their hometown they decide to try and expand their horizon by playing in different cities around Texas. Invisible Target was featured on the local news station Fox 7 in the morning, giving them a chance to show their talent to whole city. On September 24th 2010 they release their first full length album “You Can Make It” on itunes, rhapsody, amazon, cd baby, and many other sites.
In 2011 they landed a spot on one of HM Magazines issues along with bands like The Chariot, Emery, The Devil Wears Prada, and Flyleaf to name a few. This young band has been making their way out of their territory playing at places like Cornerstone Festival 2011 in Illinois sharing the dirt with P.O.D., Brian “Head” Welch, Seabird, Deas Vail, For Today, Anberlin and many other performers. They are currently writing their 2nd album while hitting the road every now and again.
Josh Flores - keys, Lead Vocals, Electric Rhythm Guitar
Caleb Flores - Drums, Programming/Sequencing, Backup Vocals.
Nick Lopez - keys, Lead Guitar, Backup Vocals
Brandon Reinhardt - Bass
Single "Hold On"
Lp - You Can Make It - Released (2010)
HM Magazine SXSW Music.5
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started the HM magazine showcase promptly with a cool double drum tribal vibe intro that broke the n...started the HM magazine showcase promptly with a cool double drum tribal vibe intro that broke the norm for this pop punk band. It worked pretty well and the band showed continued progression and maturity with it’s performance. The melodies showcase vocalist Josh Flores’ voice pretty well, though they haven’t written that killer permanent-memory hook yet. As a frontman, he’s really learning the ropes. At one point he hopped off stage with his wireless mic and went out into the street, never missing a note.
2. The Same Mistakes
5. Hold On
6. Hungry Like a Wolf (Cover)
7. Turn Away
8. Tell Me
There are no upcoming dates at this time.