Redletter

Redletter

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REDLETTER has been called everything from pop rock to atmospheric alternative rock, with sophisticated dynamics and sublime lyrical content. The hook-driven guitar lines and soft piano ballads draw comparisons to bands like like Coldplay and Pete Yorn.

Biography

Formed in 2000, REDLETTER has been called everything from pop rock to atmospheric alternative rock, a fitting spectrum seeing as they describe their sound as having mass appeal, with sophisticated dynamics and sublime lyrical content. Upon completing their second EP, “The Spirit and The Chemicals,” the group has seen great success, including performances with national acts
The Push Stars, Loveless and Mr. North. They were chosen to perform at the 2004 WBCN Rock n’ Roll Rumble, where they were dawned the favorite by Boston Magazine in their May issue. “Their execution is flawless and punchy.” (Z, The Noise) The hook-driven guitar lines and soft piano ballads draw comparisons to bands like Coldplay and Pete Yorn, but it is easy to detect a distinctive sound or emotional outpouring that is inherently and unmistakably their own. The band is Matt Hershey (drums), Jeff Knowlton (guitar, piano, vocals), Dave Murray (guitar), and Richey Tally (bass), and with over 100 shows under their belt, Redletter is currently enjoying its highest sense of personal chemistry and willingness to reach larger audiences. Redletter tours the east coast regularly. The songwriting is limitless and beautiful, and the band’s live show has been described as both engaging and surreal.

Discography

Redletter - Self-titled LP (2001)
Redletter - The Spirit and The Chemicals (4-song EP) (2004)