Shouting at Satellites’ debut single, Shouting at Satellites is already gaining airplay in radio stations and online music stations alike. They have been featured in numerous publications, such as Round Magazines’ indie music book set for release this year. Their latest mission is competing in Hard Rock Rising’s contest for a chance to be on board Hard Rock Records.
The band states, "We're excited to get out on the road, see some new faces and hopefully make a place for ourselves in the music industry. Playing live shows is the best part of being a musician, so the fact that we were put in the position to make this tour possible is a great feeling."
Their lyrics are catchy, their melodies are contagious, and their drive is unstoppable;
"This is a good chance to prove to people what we are made of and what we are all about as musicians. Touring is the one thing we've been most focused on. We're trying to go out, stay out and not come back unless we want to,” says the duo.
For detailed information about the tour as well as what cities to catch them live in, please visit www.shoutingatsatellites.com, they look forward in seeing you front row!
Shouting at Satellites is a rock duo from Atlanta, GA. They released their debut ep, “Close to Home”, on itunes, July 4th, 2012. Shouting at Satellites has been a long awaited project for Carly and Shawn, both of whom were looking for a moment to shine on their own.
Carly was the lead singer for Atlanta rock band, Kenotia, who was signed to Sumerian Records in 2007 and released their first international album, “You’ve Dug Your Grave, Now Lie In It.” She spent 2 years on the road with the band playing festivals such as Bamboozle and Warped Tour.
Shawn is a producer who has worked with multiple bands and singers from Atlanta and Philadelphia. He’s filled in for many projects while working on a back log of music, waiting for the right situation to come along. Carly and Shawn are a DIY band, writing, recording and producing their first album in their in-house studio and designing all of their merchandise.