Wearing the Inside Out
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Wearing the Inside Out

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States | SELF

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States | SELF
Band Rock Alternative


This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos



"It's Okay We're On Tour"

This album opens up with a song called “You”, which had a classic punk feel in my opinion. Listening to the track brings back the nostalgic feelings of listening to Blink 182, while it has an amazing balanced sound all its own. Solid guitar along with well written vocals, this song alone makes the band worth a listen.

With down beat airy guitars top notch vocals that make me think of Aerosmith, to driving rock with a rhythm that feels like Panic at the Disco, Wearing the Inside Out slides from one style into another, while remaining amazingly unique and fresh, keeping this album interesting and a treat from beginning to end.

This band has great music, and put a lot of emotion into their music that you don't find anymore these days. There's so much more I could say about this album, and it would all be good, but why are you still here reading this? Give them a listen, you won't be disappointed.


- Robert Doty of Chroma Productions

"Wearing the Inside Out review"

These guys are a great alternative band. Catchy licks with awesome vocals with cool harmonies, WtIO is a force to be reckoned with. Their instrumentals are tight and very solid. Their EP "It's Okay, We're on Tour" is just golden in general. I would consider myself a legitimate fan of this band. Listen to them! - Collins Van Gorden of TB Promotions


It's Okay We're On Tour - Summer 2011

1. Twelve Out of Ten
2. Mona Lisa
3. Tearing Free
4. Cry
5. I'll Wait For You
6. You



In just a few short years, modern/hard rock band Wearing the Inside Out or WIO has gone from a garage band to headlining shows at some of the best venues in the Pittsburgh region, filming professional music videos and producing a well-reviewed EP, “It’s Okay, We’re on Tour.” In addition to headlining premiere rock clubs like the Altar Bar, Mr. Smalls, the Rex Theater, the Smiling Moose and the Club at Stage AE, the band has opened for national touring acts Cavo, Reign of Kindo, Windsor Drive and had their song, “You” featured at PNC Park during a Pittsburgh Pirates game.

With driving guitars, killer drums and powerful bass lines, WIO still manages to have piano ambience and tight vocals. Their sound has been compared to 30 Seconds to Mars, Alter Bridge and Saosin. The group’s aggressive live shows are why Michael Pitterich, owner of the Altar Bar and Altar TV dubbed them “one of the best bands in Pittsburgh.” Wearing the Inside Out is currently prepping a U.S. summer tour and recording their first full-length studio album.