Confused Disciples
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Confused Disciples

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- Broken Broomsticks (available for streaming and free download on Myspace.com, garageband.com, iLike.com, and ChristianRocker.com)
- Drifting (unreleased)
- Far Away (unreleased)
- Daydreams (unreleased)

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We're the Confused Disciples. Bet you haven't figured that one out yet.

We're a Christian rock band not bent upon world domination, but instead with the humble, yet ambitious goal of showing the youth of today that life isn't all that bad. We'll even throw in an added bonus: Why exactly it isn't all that bad. You see, we all believe that there is more to life than just what you see and hear and touch, and we want to convey that belief to others through our music. We hope and pray that somewhere along the line they'll realize that our strength and optimism stems from our relationships with God.

Musically, we're influenced by other Christian bands like Relient K, Switchfoot, Newsboys, Kutless, and Lost and Found, but also by secular bands such as Green Day, Blink 182, Velvet Revolver, and Linkin Park. Lyrically our inspirations come from relationships with both God and other human beings, and all the powerful emotions we are blessed with.

Our story is a fairly simple one. Once upon a time, when guitarist Mike Duff and bassist Andy Lepkowski were still in high school, they decided that they should learn new instruments and start a rock band. So they did. Mike got a guitar, Andy a bass, and the duo started making horrible sounds together with their instruments. Thankfully, they both got better rather quickly, and came to the conclusion that were they to continue on, they should come up with a name. After thinking long and hard about a catchy, relevant name, Mike proposed "Confused Disciples" based upon the fact that as Christians, they were indeed disciples, and because of the way the world seems impossibly complicated, they were perpetually confused. Andy accepted, and they proceeded as a Christian band. Years later, after various lineup changed, both Andy and Mike were alone in the band together once again. Suddenly, Andy's cousin Pat Montieth contacted Andy and said that he would be interested in singing for the group and he had a friend named Jordan Malpass who was interested in drumming. Well as fate (and God's will) would have it, they seemed a perfect match, and after trying out, the two friends became friends with the two other friends and the Confused Disciples was complete once again! They've lived (and rocked) happily ever after, ever since.