Hero Pattern
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Hero Pattern

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Oct
04
Hero Pattern @ Piano's

New York, New York, USA

New York, New York, USA

Sep
28
Hero Pattern @ NEMO Conference

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Sep
27
Hero Pattern @ Piano's

New York, New York, USA

New York, New York, USA

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Music

The best kept secret in music

Press


". . . Hero Pattern might be your rock saviors." - Ryan Conrad


". . . It makes you wonder how bands like Hero Pattern can stay under the radar of the masses when they are releasing albums as appealing and well played as Cut You Out." - Sean-Michael


". . .you need to go pick up this CD. Not only do I guarantee that you will like it, but I guarantee that in six months when these guys get put on the radio and break, you can say you heard them first." - Matt Caron


". . .a genuinely essential blast of ear grabbing modern power pop." - Al Muzer


"For a first album, Cut You Out, is a mature, well-crafted rock record resplendent with a sound that swings from the fences, and happily, reaches the seats more times than not." - Jeff Brown


"Cut You Out is a good album from a band that's going to be great." - Brad Maybe


Discography

So Long To Everything You Knew (2005) - Forthcoming second full length, produced by Andy Jackson of Hot Rod Circuit. Currently shopping the LP.

Cut You Out (Redi-Made, 2003) - Debut full length. National radio campaign through Planetary Group and national press campaign through Radar Rising. Received play on NYC's radio giant KRock, XM Satellite Radio, and various Indie/College stations.

The Reception EP (2002) - Split EP with Val Emmich.
Recieved airplay on NJ College/Indie Radio.

Select tracks from each album can be found at www.heropattern.com

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Bio

Hero Pattern’s infectious music pops like Costello, grinds like Guns N' Roses and feels timeless like The Police. They are a band that will not stop until the world has taken notice and their songs are on your lips.

Heralded as NJ’s next great export and armed with a prolific sophomore effort that has garnered attention from industry taste makers, Hero Pattern’s star is on the rise. This band of brothers and childhood friends first stormed the scene in the fall of ‘03 with the release of their debut LP Cut You Out (Lonesome Recordings). Their DIY efforts generated a band page on MTV.com, significant spins on college/specialty radio and Mid West/North East touring that got the attention of their would-be producer, Andy Jackson of Hot Rod Circuit. This new LP, So Long To Everything You Knew, is complete and is expected to take the band from indie to the majors.