Jeremy Melodic
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Singles:
'A Part of You Remains'
'Climb'
'The Day Awaits You'

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Jeremy Melodic, a Vancouver BC based group, was formed in early 2008, the long time brain child of Matt Nielsen. A prolific songwriter since his early teens, Matt has a knack for writing material that cuts to the heart of the matter and challenges the individual on a deeper level. Meeting up and rehearsing with drummer Dave Loewen in mid-2007, the old college acquaintances quickly realized they were compatible, both musically and on a personality basis. They continued playing together, seeking out the other missing piece(s), even recording a three-song demo in the process, featuring the work of session bassist Jason McNabb. Still searching for the committed bassist to complete the trio, Jeremy Melodic, fresh to the music scene, is ready to officially kick off their musical career.

Submitting to a local rock station's indie band talent search, they have already made the top 20 out of hundreds of submissions. Though they didn't make it to the next round, due in part to their desire to keep the contest voting honest, they are nevertheless looking for gigs in the Vancouver area NOW, and can make themselves available on short notice.

We are a melody-based, rock duo focused on poignant expression highlighted by dynamic diversity. The emotional intensity of our songs can be confrontative, but ultimately we desire to take you on a deeper journey, behind the facades of everyday life into a deeper realm of the human experience. We use music to ask questions that lead to change, and we try to make our music accessible and catchy to a wide audience of people. Music is the vehicle that highlights the message, and we want that vehicle to be a message in and of itself. Stylistically, we might be compared to 3 Doors Down, The Foo Fighters, or Switchfoot. We're OK with that.