Everyday Atlas

Everyday Atlas

BandPopRock

Everyday Atlas combines aspects of Rock, Jazz and R&B, simmered in some soul and topped off with a helping of poignant subtext and witty lyricism; an invigorating collaboration of thoughtfulness and energy, giving us all a little extra support for the worlds we carry.

Biography

"Deliciously Decadent"
-Performing Songwriter Magazine

"Everyday Atlas deserve much praise and recognition for this excellent album"
-Indie Launchpad

"The album "Your Move" from Everyday Atlas is solid from beginning to end."
-anitMusic.com

Soaring melodies, intricate harmonies, infectious hooks, and tenor ranges reminiscent of Stevie Wonder & Paul McCartney drive the vocal duo of Ryan Thies (Keyboards/Vocals) and Danny Tran (Guitar/Vocals).

With a tight and often funky groove provided by Jonathan Hart Price (Bass) and John Soward (Drums), Everyday Atlas creates an energetic and electric atmosphere during their live shows.

EA is unique in their ability not only to connect with their audience, but to create a musical environment that feels subtly sophisticated, yet humbly familiar.

EA's first single "Comfortably Uncomfortable" has been ranked #1 by 100's of their musical peers in the Power Pop category of Garageband.com, and has been getting spins on Nashville's Lightning 100 (WRLT, 100.1 FM), and WRVU 91.1 FM.

Everyday Atlas has won the Singer/Songwriter Award for their song "Somewhere" in the national Positive Pop Song Contest (http://positivepopsongcontest.com).

Everyday Atlas is an invigorating collaboration of thoughtfulness and energy, giving us all a little extra support for the worlds we carry.

Discography

EP: Hymns & Theorems

1) Script
2) Somewhere
3) Ashes
4) Not Quite Lost
5) Comfortably Uncomfortable
6) Fall
7) Down The Line

LP: Your Move

01) Take Me Home
02) Radio Song
03) So Damn Bad
04) Hang Around
05) Stranded
06) Two Steps
07) Much Better
08) Morning After
09) Be A Reason
10) Stardust
11) Looking Back

EP: Everyday Atlas

1) Warning
2) Let Me Go
3) Inevitable
4) What If
5) Told You So

Set List

Can play up to 3 hours of originals.

Covers include:

Ain't No Sunshine- B. Withers
And She Was- Talking Heads
As- Stevie Wonder
Billie Jean- M. Jackson
Bullet and a Target- Citizen Cope
Canned Heat- Jamiroquai
Crazy- Gnarls Barkley
Creep- TLC
Drive- Incubus
I Got a Woman- Ray Charles
Little Less Conversation- Elvis
Message in a Bottle- the Police
Midnight Rider- Allmans
Mysterious Ways- U2
One- 3 Dog Night
Peg- Steely Dan
Poison/Big Butts/Sexy Back- Devoe/Mixalot/Timberlake
Rich Girl- Hall and Oates
Rock With You- M. Jackson
Rocky Top- Traditonal
Santeria- Sublime
September- Earth, Wind, and Fire
Sex Machine- J. Brown
Sexual Healing- Marvin Gaye
Shit, Damn, Muthafucka- D'angelo
Sledgehammer- Peter Gabriel
Sunday Morning- Maroon 5
This Love- Maroon 5
Tired of Being Alone- Al Green
Two Princes- Spin Doctors
Use Me- B. Withers
Waiting in Vain- B. Marley
What's Goin On- Marvin Gaye
Wonderwall- Oasis
You Make me Wanna- Usher