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Adora is a progressive rock band from Chicago, IL. Get to know them by reading their interview below and attending their September 4th show at House of Blues in their hometown. While you’re there, be sure to pick up their debut EP and maybe even a shirt.

RMP: How did the name, Adora, come about? Is there any particular reason why you chose it?

ADORA: Adora [is] a french term meaning ‘love’ we actually came across it on google search [laughs].

RMP: Please list the members and their respective instruments.

ADORA: Stormie Rae (vocalist), Chris Eckstrum (Drums), Keith Pink (Piano)

RMP: Who are your major influences? What genre do you classify yourselves as?

ADORA: I’d say [we're] progressive rock, and a couple major influences I’d say would be The Dear Hunter, Company of Thieves, and Sean Reardons Band.

RMP: When did the band actually form? How did you know each other prior to the formation? What inspired you to join together? Have you gone through any line-up changes?

ADORA: [The] band formed in January 2010, released publicly [the] end of July. Chris and Keith played in Archie Star to this band prior, and the current lineup without changes are still Chris, Storm, and Keith.

RMP: Do any of you have side-projects or are former members of other bands?

ADORA: Archie Star

RMP: Are you guys looking to get signed? Have you’ve been contacted yet?

ADORA: Not quite yet

RMP: What songs do you enjoy performing the most? Do you ever cover songs during shows?

ADORA: Our first gig debuting Adora is at House Of blues September 4th in Chicago. No covers will be performed, however I would like to eventually incorporate a cover or two into a set!

RMP: Who’s the main lyricist? What are the themes or topics for your songs? Do you think these topics will change as you grow as musicians?

ADORA: I believe they [song topics] will [grow] for sure, and Stormie is the main lyricist.

RMP: How has your music evolved since you first formed Adora?

ADORA: [It has become] a lot more marketable in my opinion, Chris and Keith started more experimental at first.

RMP: Where can fans find your music? Do you have any merchandise available at shows?

ADORA: We do have shirts and our EP available starting sept 4th, and we will have an online store out as well. You can find out more at www.adoraband.com.

RMP: What can fans expect at your upcoming show at The House of Blues? How do most fans describe you live performances?

ADORA: We will make babies cry for sure.

RMP: Are you planning any tours?

ADORA: In the future yes!

RMP: Anything you would like to add?

ADORA: Hit us up through one of the social networking extravaganzas and lets talk! - Alexyss Robinson - Roar Music Press


We here at Homeless Tracks recently landed an interview with the immensely talented Adora. The interview is reprinted here verbatim.

1. How did you form?

The band started as a two piece being drums and piano. Chris and Keith rehearsed in an old chocolate factory building on the west side of Chicago. Stormie was a later audition who made it in the band after about 4 months of playing together. Mike came into the project originally to be a live guitar player, but the group had strong intention on adding him to the full time roster to complete the quad piece. haha, i said quad piece.

2. Where did you get the name “Adora?”

Adora has a couple different dictionarial meanings, but we found the name off of google. searched what it meant because we liked the way it sounded. One definition ended up being an affection or involving feeling of mutual togetherness. That is what i think makes the name unique that we play together as a team well and have a one mutual goal to keep getting better as musicians.

3. Your latest album, One Word, had a few acoustic songs, which differed in tone from your first EP. What prompted the change?

We wanted to give the listeners a break from the heavy stuff, in a nutshell. Personally the acoustic song gives Stormie a chance to really let her voice shine in this song. It creates more of a darker and more emotional feel to the album as it is near the end preluding to the final two tracks.

4. Do you think you’ll be writing more acoustic songs in the future?

We have been discussing more ideas along the lines of a ballad. Something such as piano and voice next time maybe with some string production behind it. Little simple and slower ideas that can really give Storm the chance to bring out a different kind of emotion. We are learning so much with each release.

5. Not too long ago, you tweeted a link to our review of One Word (because you’re great). How’d you find out about it?

To be honest, and sorry I do not remember doing that! Maybe someone else in the band did but im sure your page was found through another review of a bands release.

6. I know that One Word just came out, but can fans expect a new release anytime in the near future?

We are hoping late summer to release a few more tracks. Nothing set as far as dates but currently we have some ideas forming for releases this year.

7. Do you have anything else you’d like to say?

Anyone interested in hearing our new release, you can stream “One Word” for free on our vibedeck page: http://www.vibedeck.com/adora – We are also on iTunes! Thanks for reading.

Be sure to pick up Adora’s latest album, One Word. I assure you, it’s incredibly worthwhile. And while you’re at it, get their EP. Thanks for taking the time to talk with us, Adora!

- Poe- Homeless Tracks


A friend of mine introduced me to a band called Adora, a Chicago based band featuring the lead singer Stormie Radtke, keyboardist Keith Pink, drummer Chris Eckstrum, and guitarist Michael Drew. The band that has only been around for only two years, have released a new video for their single "Skeleton" off their new album "One Word". - Brittany Hagerty -Buzznet.com


ntroducing the adorable, Adora. The full band of VersaEmerge inspired acoustic singer Stormie. This band has some pretty big plans. We have full faith in that they’ll take over the world if they want.
Like them on facebook. And look out for their first music video for their single “Save Yourself”. - Stiched Sound Magazine


We sat down with Stormie and asked her some questions, well actually more like emailed her the questions. Haha. Read the interview to find out why Stormie had to be carried to the car, because her body was numb and what they have planned for us!

So I know you guys released your EP recently, do you think you could tell us how the recording process was?

The process was interesting! Keith & Chris tracked “Take A Breath” long before I was in the band, so when we recorded in April I just tracked my vocal ideas over the song. The other songs we recorded together when we were in the studio. We had to take a six hour train to and from Michigan (37 Studios) multiple times last Spring. Overall it went well. Lots of Speedway pizza, greasy hair, and sleeping in strange places, specifically the bed of a guy named ‘Ketchup’.

Have you guys already started to write new songs?

Definitely! We’ve been writing and recording some demos for the next CD we plan to release. We’re not sure when that will be, but new songs have been in the process for a while now. It’s going to be more aggressive than this EP, for sure.


What’s your favorite song to play live? Which song is the one that means a lot to you?

Personally, my favorite song to play live is “Take A Breath” because it is the song that we open with. It’s our very first impression on the audience so I feel like we really rock it out and prepare everyone for the rest of the set. Energy is always high during that song. The one song that means the most to me is “Snake Charmer.” It’s about realizing someone’s true colors, or who they really are. I’ve realized I was wrong about a lot of people in my lifetime, so it hits home when I sing it. It’s also my favorite song on the EP.


If you could tour with anybody you wanted, who would it be?

I would like to jump on a tour with my friends in VersaEmerge. The Dear Hunter or Circa Survive would also be very cool. And in some strange world where this is possible, I would kill to open for Lady Gaga.


Do any of you have any hidden talents you would like to share with us?

Hah! I work at Jamba Juice, so one of my talents is being able to hold three blenders in one hand and make all three smoothies at once, quickly. Chris’ talent is Craigslist. He finds anything and everything we need, and it really takes skill to get the best deals on Craigslist. It’s an art. Keith’s hidden talent is that he can scream like a woman, much louder than I ever could.

Are you guys planning to go on a tour any time soon? Maybe hit up the west and east coast?

We are planning on touring both coasts once we have the money, but for now we’re playing locally in Chicago and building a fan base in the midwest. Our fans on the coast are incredible though so we promise to make it there someday soon :]

What’s something that’s on your Bucket List?

For me, I want to dive off of the stage into a huge crowd. I can’t even imagine how that feels. As a band, playing an arena show or touring internationally is definitely on the bucket list.

What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done?

When we shot the music video, we burned a piano for the last scene as unplanned rain poured down. That 15 seconds of video took us 4 hours to shoot. It was barely 40 degrees and I was standing in the freezing rain, singing with no socks, shoes, or coat on. I could barely move by the time we wrapped and someone had to pretty much carry me to the car since my entire body was numb. It was crazy, but I loved it.

So I heard you guys are planning to cover a Disney song? What song do you have in mind for us?

We can’t reveal too much, but we’re going to be covering a song from the Lion King. We worked on the song a few days ago and it almost sounds like a song we would write (dark and aggressive), so I think everyone is going to like it very much :) We will post everyone on the release date asap!

Describe your EP in five words.

You will want to dance.

Lastly, what do you want to say to your fans?

Our fans have been so amazing to us. They are so supportive at shows and online and we want to thank every single one of them for making our dreams come true. We’re a fairly new band so the fact that we even have fans right now is so strange to me. I love everyone that I have talked to one on one, and I’m sure the guys would say the same. We adora our fans. (see what I did there?) :]
- In Color Promos Magazine


#Chicago Band Adora is #crowdfunding their new EP - cool interview with singer Stormie Rae Radtke about their path - http://ow.ly/3uPY4 - Rockethub


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I had the fabulous opportunity to speak with the very talented and sweet band Adora! Adora is made of three super talented musicians! Introducing: the talented Chris on drums, beautiful vocalist Stormie and fabulous Keith on piano! Click the first photo to be taken directly to their site. If you would like to speak directly with Adora please contact them at : Adora@musician.org. Become a fan today!

BEHIND THE SCENES INTERVIEW WITH ADORA!

ZanaD: What is the name of your band?

Adora: Adora

ZanaD: Where are you from?

Adora: Chicago

ZanaD: What type of music do you play?

Adora: progressive rock

ZanaD: What is the best advice you have for people wanting to get their music out there?

Adora: Take a lot of time finding the right players and keep at it.

ZanaD: What got you into doing music?

Adora: Alot of things, it kept me personally out of trouble for the most part and i enjoyed it more than sports haha.

ZanaD: How long have you been writing music for?

Adora: About 4 or 5 years

ZanaD: Describe your music in three words

Adora: fun to play

ZanaD: Are you close with the people in your band?

Adora: very

ZanaD: What inspires you to do music?

Adora: The fact that it makes me personally and the rest of my band feel good

ZanaD: Whats the song you need to listen to when your feeling down?

Adora: The beatles man

ZanaD: Whats your favorite band?

Adora: Right now its been The Brobecks

ZanaD: Whats your favorite song?

Adora: Small Cuts by The Brobecks

ZanaD: When is your next album coming out?

Adora: Around February or March

ZanaD: When is your next concert?

Adora: September 23rd at Hot Topic in Springhill Mall

ZanaD: Where can people go to listen to your music?

Adora: http://www.adoraband.com

ZanaD:Where can people go to buy your music?

Adora: http://www.adorastore.ecrater.com

ZanaD: Where do you see your band in 5 years from now?

Adora: on the road

ZanaD: What is your dream?

Adora: To play music for a living

ZanaD: What is your favorite food?

Adora: Thai food

ZanaD: If you could be in any place right now where would it be?

Adora: Rehearsing

ZanaD: If you were stuck on an island what three items would you bring?

Adora: Brownies, a map, and a playboy energy drink.

ZanaD: If you were trapped in a room what three people would you want to be with?

Adora: Chris Storm and Mike

ZanaD:Where do you want to live when your older?

Adora: Chicago still probably

ZanaD:Whats your favorite color?

Adora: purple

Bravo Adora!

Checkout Adora today!

Adora Youtube Channel

Facebook

Twitter

Myspace - Zana D.


We sat down with Stormie and asked her some questions, well actually more like emailed her the questions. Haha. Read the interview to find out why Stormie had to be carried to the car, because her body was numb and what they have planned for us!

So I know you guys released your EP recently, do you think you could tell us how the recording process was? The process was interesting! Keith & Chris tracked "Take A Breath" long before I was in the band, so when we recorded in April I just tracked my vocal ideas over the song. The other songs we recorded together when we were in the studio. We had to take a six hour train to and from Michigan (37 Studios) multiple times last Spring. Overall it went well. Lots of Speedway pizza, greasy hair, and sleeping in strange places, specifically the bed of a guy named 'Ketchup'.

Have you guys already started to write new songs? Definitely! We've been writing and recording some demos for the next CD we plan to release. We're not sure when that will be, but new songs have been in the process for a while now. It's going to be more aggressive than this EP, for sure.

What’s your favorite song to play live? Which song is the one that means a lot to you? Personally, my favorite song to play live is "Take A Breath" because it is the song that we open with. It's our very first impression on the audience so I feel like we really rock it out and prepare everyone for the rest of the set. Energy is always high during that song. The one song that means the most to me is "Snake Charmer." It's about realizing someone's true colors, or who they really are. I've realized I was wrong about a lot of people in my lifetime, so it hits home when I sing it. It's also my favorite song on the EP.

If you could tour with anybody you wanted, who would it be? I would like to jump on a tour with my friends in VersaEmerge. The Dear Hunter or Circa Survive would also be very cool. And in some strange world where this is possible, I would kill to open for Lady Gaga.

Do any of you have any hidden talents you would like to share with us? Hah! I work at Jamba Juice, so one of my talents is being able to hold three blenders in one hand and make all three smoothies at once, quickly. Chris' talent is Craigslist. He finds anything and everything we need, and it really takes skill to get the best deals on Craigslist. It's an art. Keith's hidden talent is that he can scream like a woman, much louder than I ever could.

Are you guys planning to go on a tour any time soon? Maybe hit up the west and east coast? We are planning on touring both coasts once we have the money, but for now we're playing locally in Chicago and building a fan base in the midwest. Our fans on the coast are incredible though so we promise to make it there someday soon :]

What’s something that’s on your Bucket List? For me, I want to dive off of the stage into a huge crowd. I can't even imagine how that feels. As a band, playing an arena show or touring internationally is definitely on the bucket list.

What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done? When we shot the music video, we burned a piano for the last scene as unplanned rain poured down. That 15 seconds of video took us 4 hours to shoot. It was barely 40 degrees and I was standing in the freezing rain, singing with no socks, shoes, or coat on. I could barely move by the time we wrapped and someone had to pretty much carry me to the car since my entire body was numb. It was crazy, but I loved it.

So I heard you guys are planning to cover a Disney song? What song do you have in mind for us? We can't reveal too much, but we're going to be covering a song from the Lion King. We worked on the song a few days ago and it almost sounds like a song we would write (dark and aggressive), so I think everyone is going to like it very much :) We will post everyone on the release date asap!

Describe your EP in five words. You will want to dance.

Lastly, what do you want to say to your fans? Our fans have been so amazing to us. They are so supportive at shows and online and we want to thank every single one of them for making our dreams come true. We're a fairly new band so the fact that we even have fans right now is so strange to me. I love everyone that I have talked to one on one, and I'm sure the guys would say the same. We adora our fans. (see what I did there?) :]
- Melissa


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Interview: Adora

Posted by alexyss on August 18, 2010 · Leave a Comment

Adora is a progressive rock band from Chicago, IL. Get to know them by reading their interview below and attending their September 4th show at House of Blues in their hometown. While you’re there, be sure to pick up their debut EP and maybe even a shirt.

RMP: How did the name, Adora, come about? Is there any particular reason why you chose it?

ADORA: Adora [is] a french term meaning ‘love’ we actually came across it on google search [laughs].

RMP: Please list the members and their respective instruments.

ADORA: Stormie Rae (vocalist), Chris Eckstrum (Drums), Keith Pink (Piano)

RMP: Who are your major influences? What genre do you classify yourselves as?

ADORA: I’d say [we're] progressive rock, and a couple major influences I’d say would be The Dear Hunter, Company of Thieves, and Sean Reardons Band.

RMP: When did the band actually form? How did you know each other prior to the formation? What inspired you to join together? Have you gone through any line-up changes?

ADORA: [The] band formed in January 2010, released publicly [the] end of July. Chris and Keith played in Archie Star to this band prior, and the current lineup without changes are still Chris, Storm, and Keith.

RMP: Do any of you have side-projects or are former members of other bands?

ADORA: Archie Star

RMP: Are you guys looking to get signed? Have you’ve been contacted yet?

ADORA: Not quite yet

RMP: What songs do you enjoy performing the most? Do you ever cover songs during shows?

ADORA: Our first gig debuting Adora is at House Of blues September 4th in Chicago. No covers will be performed, however I would like to eventually incorporate a cover or two into a set!

RMP: Who’s the main lyricist? What are the themes or topics for your songs? Do you think these topics will change as you grow as musicians?

ADORA: I believe they [song topics] will [grow] for sure, and Stormie is the main lyricist.

RMP: How has your music evolved since you first formed Adora?

ADORA: [It has become] a lot more marketable in my opinion, Chris and Keith started more experimental at first.

RMP: Where can fans find your music? Do you have any merchandise available at shows?

ADORA: We do have shirts and our EP available starting sept 4th, and we will have an online store out as well. You can find out more at www.adoraband.com.

RMP: What can fans expect at your upcoming show at The House of Blues? How do most fans describe you live performances?

ADORA: We will make babies cry for sure.

RMP: Are you planning any tours?

ADORA: In the future yes!

RMP: Anything you would like to add?

ADORA: Hit us up through one of the social networking extravaganzas and lets talk! - Alexyss


Progressive Rock act Adora has joined The 10th Independent Music Awards. Check out their interview here!

ADORA IS… Stormie Rae (Vocals), Chris Eckstrum (Drums), & Keith Pink (Piano)
HOMEBASE: Chicago, IL
GENRE: Progressive Rock
CATEGORY ENTERED: Short Form Music Video
MUSIC VIDEO SUBMITTED: “Save Yourself”
DIRECTOR: Joshua Dixon of Noah Kate INC.
LABEL: Self-Released

WHEN DID YOU BEGIN PLAYING MUSIC?
I would say we all began picking it up by ear and just playing with different players. I would say i started playing when i was around 16 (Keith).

WHAT’S THE STORY BEHIND YOUR BAND NAME?
Haha actually Chris googled French words and Adora was one of the first words to catch his eye.

DESCRIBE YOUR LATEST RELEASE.
Save Yourself is a dark, upbeat 5 track EP we worked hard on getting the general idea of our sound out to the public.

DID YOU USE ANY UNUSUAL INTRUMENTS OR EFFECTS?
We use an electronic toothbrush and press it against the lower bridge of the guitar to create an ambient sound on one of our upcoming demos. Pretty cool you should try it out!

WERE THERE ANY ‘HAPPY ACCIDENTS’ IN THE STUDIO?
Basically as planned, we worked with Matt Dalton who mainly produced the album.

DID FANS HELP FUND THIS PROJECT?
Since we are just started out, we funded the whole project thus far!

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO SUBMIT THESE RELEASES TO THE 10TH IMAS?
I figured the music video was one of our top accomplishments so far that we have media wise. Just working on getting the word out to as many people as possible! We can take any help we can get.

WHAT IS YOUR MUSIC VIDEO ABOUT?
Basically takes place between two different worlds, a reality world and a fictional world. Stormie is the lead in the fictional word and ends up following a little person throughout the different worlds. She later converts to the fictional side leaving the reality world for good.

HOW DID YOU DEVELOP THE STORY LINE?
Josh from Noah Kate help develop the story line!

WHAT DOES THE MASKED FIGURE SIGNIFY?
The masked figure represents the unknown.

WHAT SPECIAL EFFECTS DID YOU USE?
Used a little green screening for the window scene, when the camera first pans into the fictional world.

WHAT WAS THE BUDGET?
We kept it between $700-1000

DESCRIBE THE FILMING PROCESS OF YOUR VIDEO.
Josh and his company drove up from Texas, and spent three days to complete the project. The first day was mainly set building and preparing. The other two days were shooting inside and outside. - Tory Daines


“it was almost like destiny what our music was going to sound like.”

It’s in their appearance, their music and their name; Adora is the hottest new band to hit Chicago. With a classy but sharp sound, their fast tunes push and pull into orchestrated romantic ballads that tap their way like cabaret punk. Under the dark however, lies three talented individuals, who offer more than just a poppy sound. Stormie Radtke (lead vocalist) has a knockout of a voice and a beauty that is absolutely exquisite. Keith Pink talks music like passion fuels love, and Chris Eckstrum drives the band to their future like he handles those drums. Adora, which originates from the French term for love, just seemed to be the perfect fit that united this trio into a solid harmony. Now under late nights at their chocolate factory rehearsal space, they prepare to debut at the House of Blues on Sept 4th, 2010 for the first time. About four years, Keith and Chris jammed together until the day they were ready to break some boundaries. Rehearsal after rehearsa l. Auditions after auditions. When they coul dn’t find their guy, they actually stumbled upon the perfect girl. Storm, who started off as an acoustic singer, was the missing link to their music. She was the final piece to this triangle. Setting the mood for inspiration, they write almost all their work in the dark, Stormie who writes the majority of the lyrics taps into her emotional status of the day and creates deep metaphors that are not so easy to decipher. With their perfect and synced mindset, the band is hoping to complete its trio with a fourth, (guitarist) if and only when they’ve found a match to only balance not rock their flow.

With hopes to take their music to another level, the band will complete its next EP soon, taking on a more experimental approach.Looking into gaining tour time, they’ve stopped their tracks on other projects to pursue their music full time. Ready to get on that ride to stardom, they will definitely try and keep in touch with their fans through it all. But today is their time to shine, and what began four years ago when Keith stood at his first concert next to Chris at the House of Blues, seems today to be a dream to good to come true. Now he will stand next to Keith and Storm on the top of the stage, playing his destiny and theirs for us all. Join TRM at the debut show on Sat. Sept 4th, 2010 while you can because I have a feeling these guys won’t be in town much too long after.

Check out more of their stuff at www.adoraband.com - Ashley Joyce


Discography

"One Word" Album
1- Prologue
2- Skeleton
3- Breaking Branches
4- Room 401
5- Safe and Sound
6- Eyes On You
7- Cards
8- Epilogue

*Available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and Vibedeck.

"Skeleton" will be featured in the video game series "Rock Band"
Music video for "Skeleton" main feature on Buzznet.com
"One Word" was mixed by Charles Macak. Mastered by Howie Weinberg (Muse, Nirvana, Aerosmith, The Killers)
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"Save Yourself" EP
1- Take A Breath
2- The Snake Charmer
3- With Closed Fists
4- Save Yourself
5- Condescending

Also available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and Vibedeck.
*10,500+ Facebook "Likes"
*6,000+ Twitter followers
*5,500+ Myspace network
*3,500+ Viewers on Stickam during live streams
*2,000+ YouTube subscribers
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"Save Yourself" has recieved national radio play on Q101 Chicago, as well as various other stations across the nation. "Save Yourself" is currently receiving airtime on Delta Airline Radio, Virgin Airlines, WR-Radio, Jango, and available for free streaming on www.adoraband.com . The music video for "Save Yourself" is currently making appearances on FuseTV, MTVu, and won an award for best new indie artist of 2011 in the independant music awards.
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"Take A Breath" off of the "Save Yourself" EP was co-produced by Craig Owens of former band Chiodos, and current band D.R.U.G.S.
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"Save Yourself" EP was produced by Matt Dalton and Adora. The EP was mixed by Casey Bates (Pierce The Viel, Chiodos)

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It's in their appearance, their music and their name, Adora is the hottest new band to hit Chicago. With a classy but sharp sound, their fast tunes push and pull into orchestrated romantic ballads that tap their way like cabaret punk. Under the dark however, lies four talented individuals, who offer more than just a progressive sound. Stormie Radtke, lead vocalist, has a knockout of a voice and a beauty that is absolutely exquisite. Keith Pink talks music like passion fuels love, and Chris Eckstrum is the conductor behind the drumkit. Michael Drew was the final member bringing the guitar role. Adora, which originates from the French term, "a gift," seemed to be the perfect fit that united this group into harmony. The band has already gained momentum at Chicago venues. Places they have played include: House Of Blues, Metro Chicago, Hard Rock Cafe, Double Door, Canopy Club, and many more.

For about four years Keith and Chris had been playing together until the day they were ready to break some boundaries. Rehearsal after rehearsal, audition after audition, when they couldn't find their guy, they actually stumbled upon the perfect girl. Storm, who started off as an acoustic singer, was the missing link to their music; she was the final piece to this triangle. Setting the mood for inspiration, they write almost all their work in the dark, Storm who writes the majority of the lyrics taps into her emotional status of the day and creates deep metaphors that are not so easy to decipher. With their perfect and synced mindset the band completes their lineup with Michael Drew on guitar.

Adora is currently working on their third album. The band is really taking their time to make sure the music is perfect, causing them to stop their tracks on other projects to pursue their music full time. Ready to get on that ride to stardom, they will keep in touch with their fans through it all.

For updates, concert info, and more music visit: http://www.adoraband.com

-Ashley Joyce TRM Magazine.