Brandon Clark & The American Standard
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Brandon Clark & The American Standard

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | INDIE

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | INDIE
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"Micro Music Critic Review"

"Taking the warmness of Counting Crows but adding more country flavor, this is enjoyable."
(Apr 07, 2010) - Rick Brose, Micro Music Critic

"Brand New Kind Of Review"

"Brandon Clark & the American Standard — Honestly EP: enough that’s catchy in this one that I’ll try to catch them live if they make it up to the NC from Atlanta, and I’ll definitely keep an eye out for any future full-lengths, just to see how they grow up. Clark is a good songwriter and “It’s You” is a stunner."
(Mar 30, 2010) - Aggie, Brand New Kind of (Blog)

"Burgo's Blog"

"After a few spins, I realized just how apt that title is… because if there’s one word I would use to describe Brandon Clark and the American Standard’s music, it’s just that: honest."
(Mar 13, 2010) - Matt Burgess, Burgo's Blog


"If you’ve been looking all over for an indie band with unparalleled artistic integrity and style, Brandon Clark and the American Standard and their new album may well be what you’re looking for."
(Mar 13, 2010) - Just Melick,

"The Album Project"

"If this EP is of any indication of what kind of band chemistry these Atlanta guys have while playing together, then we can expect to see some great things from this band in the future."
(Mar 09,2010) - Jared Ponton, The Album Project


Brandon Clark & The American Standard - "Honestly EP"



Think about how many bands are in the Metro Atlanta area.

Chances are then -- you've never heard of Brandon Clark & The American Standard.


With a number of name changes, and band lineup changes -- it's no wonder you've never heard of them. But that's exciting.

At least to them.

A little over a year ago, Brandon Clark combined a group of friends and started a band. Within a year of starting this 'band' Clark and crew raised (with the help of their fans) over fifteen hundred dollars, signed a record deal with P is for Panda/Hopeless Records and gave away five hundred plus digital copies of their debut EP "Honestly" to eager listeners around the world.

There's a lot left to be discovered about Brandon and The American Standard. There's expectations, experiences and as some would say, potential. There's a lot of goofy adjectives and useless promotional jargon that could be said here, but ultimately you should discover and experience them on your own -- honestly, they wouldn't have it any other way.