The Everyday Losers is an alternative rock band from southern Indiana. The band is consisting of brothers Dylan and Tyler Seidel, Danny Norton and Damian Baker. They have recorded with Phil Taylor of Future Leaders of the World in New Orleans at Revolver Studio and John Lecompt of Evanescence and We Are the Fallen in Arkansas at The Red Room. In June of 2014 they released their debut album “Revel in the Chaos”, along with their first single “You’ve Got War”
Their song “Hate You” off of Social Paradise has received airplay in Virginia, Illinois, Georgia, Louisiana, Indiana, Kentucky as well as Michigan. The songs “Here We Are Now” and “Queen of the World” have also had some radio play as well.The band was selected as 1 out of 16 bands chosen from 380 entries to compete in Q95 and Jack Daniels “Indy’s Next Big Thing”. The band has had several radio performances throughout Indiana. Their original song “Pins” was selected to be on a drunk driving awareness CD for the state of Indiana. The bands original song “Farrah 22” has had air play on Indy’s 103 and a Milwaukee Wisconsin station as well. The original song, “Let Me Die” was chosen to be on a compilation album with artists from around the world called Indie Underground.
The Everyday Losers independently released their EP “Songs For Us All” in June 2011 and their second EP “Social Paradise” in January 2012. After playing a show hosted by Fuse television at the Emerson Theater Indianapolis IN, the band was selected to be showcased at the Emerson Theater. This showcase was for record executive Kim Stephens. Kim is credited with helping Matchbox Twenty, Sick Puppies, Collective Soul and many more receive record deals. The band have shared the stage with bands like Future Leaders of the World and Sean Danielsen of Smile Empty Soul. The Everyday Losers also performed at Rockapalooza with National Acts Puddle of Mudd, Saliva, and Red Jumpsuit Apparatus.More recently they’ve opened for bands such as Black Stone Cherry, Jackyl, Saliva, and Smile Empty Soul.