Last week we gave you a taste of Philadelphia based The Escape with their new video for “Soon Forgotten” off of their album “The Mark We Leave Behind” which comes out today on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon, among others. I talk with Josh Soloman, bass player and owner of the highly collectable (and jealously making 😛 ) Gibson Grabber and Ripper basses, about the release today as well as the past, present, and future.
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About The Escape
The Escape is a four-piece rock band hailing from Philadelphia, PA formed in 2010. More than just a name, The Escape is a sentiment that defines not only how the band sees music but how they make music. Music is an outlet, a stress reliever, a method of expression – their escape.
Following their 2013 release “New Direction,” the band has played up and down the East Coast and has been featured nationally on ESPN.com.
In December of 2014, the band hunkered down to record “The Mark We Leave Behind” with producer Vince Ratti (Circa Survive, Mewithoutyou, Zolof the Rock n Roll Destroyer) at the legendary Studio 4 and Vince’s own Skylight Studios. They set out to achieve a raw sound that will resonate with fans of Rise Against, Bayside, and the Foo Fighters. “The Mark We Leave Behind” EP, set to release on July 28th 2015, does just that.
“The Mark We Leave Behind” is available on all major online platforms 7-28-15.
SOURCE: Official Bio
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