Sunday Drivers
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Sunday Drivers

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L.A. based Sunday Drivers have been making music together for the past year. Their mantra: to not focus on genres or trends, but instead create good music based on solid structure and songwriting.

Guitarist/lead vocalist Brady Erickson spent recent years evading the complexity of organized music, honing his unique voice in offbeat dive bars, waiting for the right musicians to collaborate with and struggling with a self-proclaimed love/hate relationship with songwriting.

Enter fellow Southern California native Marisa Dupuis, known in the indie/emo/hardcore circuit for her distinct guitar-style bass playing and unyielding spirit.

The singer-songwriter meets hardcore combination gave birth to Sunday Drivers' distinct, classic sound and attracted Texas native Bryan "Camaro" Zaebst to the project. Sequencing organ-like bass tones and abstract hi-end texture along with his live drumming, Camaro brings layers of depth beyond the rhythm to the music.

Loyal to the belief that the right three chords and a shared vision are all it takes to bring songs to life, the band began by first recording a few tracks in the living room with a 50 dollar mic and broken pickups. They've spent the last year writing and perfecting songs in a Burbank rehearsal space, where they currently hold the crown in the ongoing competition for volume between the building's thin walls.

In the forest that is the L.A. music scene, Sunday Drivers truly stand out. Their self-recorded 3-song demo has the feel of a band that's been playing together for years. Camaro, who originally came to L.A. for the visual art scene, now drives almost two hours, twice a week to get to rehearsals. "I'm just happy to be creating music I'm proud of," he says while at the same time confessing he often finds himself rocking out to a "Drivers'" tracks before realizing it's one of his own.

The three-piece ride high with their accomplishments thus far and hope to continue beyond the L.A. club scene, producing timeless songs that rock the pants off a live audience!