Household Stories began to pursue their musical ambitions in the winter of 2011. With varying personal and musical backgrounds, Jon Majiros, Matt Zeoli and Frank Hebda became fluent in finding the chemistry that has produced the band's unique sound. With influences that include anything from The Beatles and Neil Young to Nada Surf and The Smashing Pumpkins, the band's sound is an unmistakable blend of melodic lead guitar, solid acoustic rhythm and driving lyrics backed by a technical, ear-pleasing barrage of drumming.
In the abscence of a Bassist, their combination of instruments can be compared to the likings of An Horse and Best Coast. Listeners have likened Household Stories to various esteemed acts such as: The National, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Built to Spill.
Household Stories recently just released their second EP titled "Blueprints" which was recorded and mastered at Mr. Smalls Studio in Pittsburgh, PA. The tracks include such titles as "Brothers and Sisters", "Pick Up the Pieces" and geek friendly track "Collider"--maybe the only song partially inspired by the large hadron collider!