Paint Me Irrational

Paint Me Irrational


Easy on the ears. A mixture of catchy and clever song writing and beautiful melodies. Two lead singers, make PMI have a very unique vocal dynamic. An acoustic foundation that has evolved into piano/guitar driven songs. It all comes together to be a beautiful synthesis of 4 musicians who love music.


Andrew Lovette and Stephen Hare founded Paint Me Irrational in Gainesville, Florida. After a few lineup changes, Jordan Williams and Joe Seidel, solidified PMI’s stage presence. The band’s music quickly evolved and grew, and so did their fan base. After releasing their “Never Be the Same EP,” Paint Me Irrational scheduled shows to perform with Between the Trees, The Audition, and John Ralston (Dashboard Confessional). Paint Me Irrational is influenced by artists like The Format, Jack’s Mannequin, Relient K, Damien Rice, Taking Back Sunday, and Never Shout Never.
Paint Me Irrational uses clever lines and catchy harmonies to captivate audiences of all ages. Their music is unique and exciting, no two shows are ever alike. They bring a lot of energy to the table, and are able to influence others in their music circles.


Never Be the Same EP.
Singles (Every Empty Inch, Category Five).

Set List

Our typical set list is anywhere from 6-14 songs. We normally perform our original songs; Every Empty Inch, Category Five, Letterbox, Memory Is for Old People, So Distracted, Minor Details Major Problems, Heartache, North Side Park, And So Careful, Window Shopping, Through the Telephone Lines.