Club America
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Club America

Sorocaba, São Paulo, Brazil | Established. Jan 01, 2012 | INDIE

Sorocaba, São Paulo, Brazil | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2012
Band Alternative Indie




"BRAZILIAN PRESS - MTV Brasil, new Club America video"

Club America launches new video for the song "Girls": - MonkeyBuzz

"US - Club America signed with american label SONOVIBE RECORDS"

We are proud to announce that the Synth-pop duo Club America is now with Sonovibe Records. After captivating the audience in Brazil, they will be introducing their catchy tunes to the US audience. An album is already set to be released along with music videos and a tour.

Club America was formed in 2012 and the duo has performed in festivals like SXSW 2010 (U.S.), CMW 2010 (Canada), Planeta Terra Festival 2011 (currently one of the biggest brazilian indie music festivals), Goiânia Noise (2008 and 2010), Demosul (2008 and 2009), approximately 500 shows in their career, including a nomination to the VMB 2010 (annual award from MTV – the Brazilian “VMA”).

The album is titled 'To Get There' and it will be available January 2014. The first single out of the album will be the catchy danceable track "Girls." - Sonovibe Records

"CANADA PRESS - Northern Trasmissions" - Song of the day: "Our 'Song Of The Day' is "To Get There" by 'Club America'" - Northern Trasmissions

"UK PRESS - Supajam"

Over 4 million fans. - Supajam

"US PRESS - The Indie Authority" - Tori Phoenix

"US PRESS - I Am Entertainment TOP 25 Songs" - I Am Entertainment

"US PRESS - Vents Magazine"

Double page interview: (page 48) - Vents Magazine

"US PRESS - I Am Entertainment Magazine (Review)"

Club America represents the great state of Sao Paulo, Brazil very well on their latest
release, "To Get There". On this 10 song album we get a hefty does of Club America's
very creative and fun sound that offers a vintage 80's pop-rock tone and is clear
evidence that Brazil has amazing music to go along with its beautiful beaches and people.

From the outset, Club America establishes their sound on the song, "We Need No One".
This track has a very Brit-pop/rock feel that is reminiscent of artists like Sting and the
Police, or elements of the band, Oasis. Club America takes their own journey into the
world of impacting the lives of music lovers with this awesomely produced and well
performed song. I could definitely hear this one in a few movies.

On their song All The Things I've Done, Club America adds a tint of hip-hop flavor to the
color of their To Get There album. All The Things... features Texas based hip-hop artist,
Da Deputy, who is a real problem and we'll be keeping a close watch on this guy. This a
great collaboration, kinda how dope Lincoln Park & Jay-Z's collabo.

Other cool songs on To Get There include: "For All That I Am", "Blueberry Kiss", and
"Stranger In My House". Each of these tracks continues to brand Club America's sound,
making them an easy fit for any international music festival. I would definitely recommend
checking this out if you like good, fun music.

RATING 3,75/4,00 - I Am Entertainment

"BRAZILIAN PRESS: Revista Rolling Stone Brazil"

"(...) the name changed but the indie rock remains (...)" - Bruna Veloso (Rolling Stone Magazine Brazil)

"BRAZILIAN PRESS: Lucio Ribeiro (Popload / UOL)"

"(...) the single (and video) of "Believe", which is accompanied by the song "Start Again" and "Wonder Sometimes", the three pretty good." - Lucio Ribeiro (Popload / UOL)

"BRAZILIAN PRESS: Jornal Cruzeiro do Sul"

"Club America is almost releasing a new single" - Jornal Cruzeiro do Sul

"BRAZILIAN PRESS: Canal Brasil (Music Channel)"

"This is awesome!" (live cover vídeo) - Canal Brasil / Globosat

"BRAZILIAN PRESS: Popload Session"

"Popload Session presents... Club America!" (exclusive live vídeo performance) - Popload/UOL

"WORLDWIDE PRESS: Windows 8 release"

"Start Again" is one of the six brazilian indie songs selected for the worldwide Windows 8 release by all media formats: internet, television, radio and others. The licence takes two years of adv. - JWT

"US PRESS: Pinterest"

"Bands we love" - Pinterest / One RPM

"US PRESS: One RPM Blog"

"How James Murphy of you!" - Jett Wells

"US PRESS: One RPM Blog"

"Another week, another good band from Brazil." - Jet Wells

"BRAZILIAN PRESS: Jessica Figueiredo (Rock in Press)"

"bright idea" - Jessica Figueiredo (Rock in Press)

"BRAZILIAN PRESS: Revista O Grito!"

"great job" - Revista O Grito!

"US PRESS: Alt Sounds"

"(...) there’s no doubt this duo will take the country by storm" - Jeremy Daniel

"BRAZILIAN PRESS: André Felipe (Musica Pavê)"

"(...) they created a remarkable work" - André Felipe (Musica Pavê)

"US PRESS: Kings of AR"

"A band to watch." - Kings of AR


"(...) is safe to say that they kept the sound up, accessible and contagious" - 505 Indie

"BRAZILIAN PRESS: André Medeiros (Monkey Buzz)"

"The video won an upbeat song with a well crafted photo" - André Medeiros (Monkey Buzz)


"(...) guitars, synthesizers and the clip of the track Believe justify so well applied." - Miojo Indie


  • "Believe" (single/2012) - Digitally/K7
  • "Waiting for me now" (single/2012) - Digitally
  • "To get there" (album/2013) - CD/K7/Digitally
  • "Pomaro's Dance" (single) - Digitally



Club America was formed in 2012, already bringing in the curriculum of the members festivals like SXSW 2010 (U.S.), CMW 2010 (in Canada), Planeta Terra Festival 2011 (currently one of the biggest national music festivals indie – they’ve played with The Storkes, Toro y Moi, Interpol, Bombay Bicycle Club, Beady Eye, among others), Goiânia Noise (2008 and 2010), Demosul (2008 and 2009), approximately 500 shows in their career, including a nomination VMB 2010 (annual award from MTV Brasil).

The band's first single, released on June 22, 2012, available for short-run in K7 (it’s true!). Less than six months after the first release, Club America launches their second single, now with two songs.

Club America launched on 21thMay/2013 its first full album, titled "To get there", also produced by music producer Felipe Colenci, with ten songs. It was released at a listening session broadcasted live via streaming along with, music channel of MSN Brazil. Among the the songs,Club America brings an American rapper Chris Brown / Da Deputy in a partnership in the song “All the things I’ve done”. The album has official videos broadcasting at MTV, VH1 and others. The third video is an animation video with more than 35k views and awards won in several countries. The last single was released at 8th October 2014. The nex album, now as a quartet, will be released in February 2015.

Some quotes:

  • "(...) An impressive and very well executed production I could definitely hear these songs in some movies ..." (I Am Entertainment - USA) - Rating 3.75 / 4.0 
  • "Masters of Synth-Pop" ( - Spain) 
  • "The name and the formation changed but stayed the indie rock that marked the The Name (former band) in its six years of existence." (Rolling Stone Brazil) 
  • "They will take the U.S. by storm" (Altsounds - USA) 
  • "A band to watch" (Kings of A & R - USA) 
  • "Sexy, provocative" (New Music Extra - USA) 
  • "Brazilian brothers assimilated our indie-pop by adding a thick layer of glitter and a South American effervescence to his first album" (Milwaukee Jorunal - USA) 
  • "Apparently going to be a hell full album huh!" (The Scream Magazine) 
  • "Fun and dynamic" (Music Pavê) 
  • "Give a play, close your eyes and, voila, you will be in the 80s." (MixTV / My Cassette) 
  • "The Club America maintains the vocation of 'Brazilian Manchester'. Awesome"(Lucio Ribeiro / PopLoad) 
  • "with joy is safe to say that they kept the sound up, accessible and contagious" (Indie 505) 


Vents Magazine (USA), I am Entertainment Magazine (USA), (Spain), Extra Music New (USA), Altsounds (USA), Kings of A&R (USA), Milwaukee Jorunal (USA), 89 Radio (the bigest rock/indie radio station in Brazil), Revista Rolling Stone Brasil, Popload (Lúcio Ribeiro/UOL), Revista Vogue (Abril/Terra), Música, Northern Transmissions (Canada), Supajam (UK), The Indie Authority (USA), Move That Jukebox/Portal MTV, 5Q (USA), On the line (USA), Jornal Cruzeiro do Sul, Jornal A Gazeta (O Globo), Miojo Indie, Rock'n Beats/Portal MTV, Revista O Grito, Rock in press, Musica Pavê, Tenho Mais Discos Que Amigos/Vírgula/UOL, 505 indie, Monkey Buzz, Alt Newspapper, Ipanema RS 91.1FM, Trama Virtual, Gazeta do Povo, MixTV (Minha Fita Cassete), WRCN-FM (USA), Revista Vish, Rock Out Radio (USA), Gazeta Feminina, Canal Brasil (Globosat), MSN Vídeos, Bands we love (USA), Fox Rock FM, Programa Rebento, Programa RockAlive (web), Indie Outbreak (USA), Rádio USP FM, Programa Mistura Musical (Rádio Fritura), Ipanema Radio, Minuto Música, Oi Rdio, Deezer, PlayTV and many many more.

The videos of "Believe" (Jun/2012), "Start Again" (Nov/2012), "Girls" (Jun/2013 - over 54k views) and "All the things I've done feat. Da Deputy" (lastest - over 32k views) are broadcasting at the major Brazilian music broadcasters (MTV, VH1, Canal Brasil, PlayTV, Woohoo, Music Box, among others). Moreover, "Start Again" is one of the six songs chosen for the global campaign launch of Windows 8.

Special broadcasted/online videos:

  • “Wonder Sometimes”
  • "What's on yout mind (pure energy)”
  • "Smalltown Boy” (Bronski Beat cover) 
  • "Studio Showlivre - Special – Listening Session LIVE at MSN Music Brazil
  • “Mary Did” – Live
  • "Rooftop Session - We need no one”
  • “Guilty Pleasure Sessions #01 – Don’t Talk Just Kiss”
  • “Guilty Pleasure Sessions #02 – Relax”
  • “Guilty Pleasure Sessions #03 – All that seh wants”

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