Late Night Sanity
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Late Night Sanity

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The best kept secret in music


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Still working on that hot first release.



Only in their early twenties and now nearly a decade into the band's history, Late Night Sanity shows no sign of slowing down. Officially forming in the summer of 2001, L.N.S. quickly made themselves familiar with the downtown Toronto rock music scene. While still in high school, the band began writing a number of songs together and rehearsed vigorously. Fusing melodic vocal melodies and harmonies over rock guitars with a jazz inspired rhythm section, these songs would lend a large hand in landing them gigs at such notable Toronto venues as The Opera House and The Horseshoe Tavern. Gigs they would have been too young to attend themselves had they not been on the bill. By 2006, L.N.S. had seen the independent release of their first two e.p.'s, the first self-titled debut "Clarma" (which was the name of the band at the time), and the second "Circle Association". The second of the two had sold over 2000 copies locally before the members of L.N.S. had graduated high school, and was entirely written, recorded and released independently. Over the next couple of years, Late Night Sanity worked hard at mastering their live sound and show. Playing over 100 gigs both in and outside of the Toronto area, they quickly gained a reputation for their high-energy performances and seemingly flawless live sound. Their tenacity would pay off in the form of an opportunity to travel to Los Angeles and work with producer/songwriter, Jim Huff (Joe Bonamassa, The Headstones among many...), After a few trips back and forth from L.A. for some serious Southern Californian writing and studio sessions, the guys in L.N.S. are presently gearing up to head into a Toronto studio this spring/summer with engineer L. Stu Young (Prince...) to record what will be their 3rd release to date. Late Night Sanity are an unstoppable force fueled by brotherhood and a mutual love, respect and admiration for the music they create and convey together as a unit. They have been progressively gaining momentum since they began as a band nearly ten years ago. With their sites not modestly set on conquering this planet, Late Night Sanity, with Adam Urch on vocals, Jason Morton on guitar, Trevor Ramasir on bass and David Cooper on drums, show absolutely no sign that they plan on slowing down any time soon.