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The best kept secret in music


"Tulsa World"

"Darras' dynamic voice soars over the thumping foundation. It's beautiful and at the same time has the power to kick the listener in the ears." - Matt Gleason

"Outline Magazine"

"Their sound is thoroughly crafted NOT to sound like everyone else..."

"The break-up song "Snafu" follows through in a sound world so complex, you have to remind yourself that this is a four-piece band."
- Wilhelm Murg


"In my neophyte opinion the quality of the music for
the style/genre etc... Is very high!"

"Prana's 'Everything Is Changing' will end up on my IPOD"

- Sean Astin


"Everything Is Changing" EP
"Open Eye" EP (Soon to be released)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Prana was formed in mid-2002 with the combining of members from two widely popular Oklahoma bands. Long-time friends and collaborators Daniel Bowlin (guitar), Matt Morrow (bass), and Austin Snow (drums) sought out a vocalist with all the versatility and power of their instrumental presence, and found it in singer Malan Darras.

After rehearsing and performing for only four months, the group recorded their independently released debut “Everything Is Changing.” Containing the hard charging tracks “Snafu” and “Almost Half Alive,” the EP saw quite a success: the punk-infused “Look’em In The Eye” was placed in test screenings for the major Universal film “2 Fast 2 Furious”, though it did not make the final cut of the film.

After some small promotion and spending a short time on the West Coast, the ever-prolific group was eager to record the new tracks that make up the soon to be released “Open Eye” EP.

Drawing influence from a wide range of artists such as Soundgarden, Jane's Addiction, Faith No More, and Bjork, Prana's heavy and rhythmic foundation meet with towering, melodic vocals to create a thoroughly unique sound. Often praised for their ability to personally reach an audience, the group is well known for the lingering effects of their live performances. Being miles ahead of their age-bracket both creatively and technically, many are convinced that Prana is sure to make their mark on the industry.