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Of Eyes That See
EP - Empty Shadows
5 Songs - available on iTunes and all major online music distributors.



“My whole life, all I’ve ever wanted to do is sing. Music has given me a language that words will never be able to give me. I was created with music running in my blood, and was given a profound understanding and love for it from the start.” - Tiffany Sinko - Front Women.

Of Eyes That See is a female fronted rock band that started in Los Angeles, California, by 17 year old Tiffany Sinko. Strongly influenced by bands Flyleaf and Breaking Benjamin, the young rocker started writing their debut 5 song EP titled “Empty Shadows” with producer Joel Piper: drummer/vocalist of Confide and independent pop artist.

During the writing process, Tiffany's cousin Nick Giordano joined her as the drummer of OETS. When the recording of the EP was finished, Joel Bruyere of Thousand Foot Krutch took over and mastered the 5 songs.

Soon after the EP “Empty Shadows” was released on iTunes in mid-January, bass player David Brockenborough (aka Scoop) joined the band. Our guitarists are 29 year old Eric Beruman and 27 year old Greg Johnson. All band members have played for years in various bands. All feel that OETS is unique and the focus is on the music.

Of Eyes That See shares similar qualities to bands like Evanescence, Paramore, and 30 Seconds To Mars. Varying from hard and dark to strong and poppy, the band’s sound appeals to all genres with their universal sound and relatable lyrics.

All "Of Eyes That See" lyrics are written by Tiffany and the band is produced by Joel Piper of "Confide" and mastered by Joel Bruyere of "Thousand Foot Krutch." The band released their debut EP titled "Empty Shadows" in January, 2013. Influential bands include: Flyleaf, Breaking Benjamin, Paramore, Evanescence, Confide, P.O.D., Skillet, August Burns Red, and Memphis May Fire.