Queen, and she sings during the Two Tongues track "Interlude" on the supergroup's self-titled 2009 album.Most recently, Du Pree-Bemis contributed vocals to two tracks on Say Anything's self-titled album released in 2009.We're a Reading about American and military history is hobby of mine, probably the lamest hobby for a 20-something woman to have.
To celebrate the artistic influence of this year's Best New Artist nominees on Buzzworthy, where we're committed to celebrating pop music, pop culture, and, of course, music fans, I asked five different young artists to pay homage to the 2012 Best New Artist nominees with an "inspiration illustration," to look at that musical artist and the impact of their art through another artist's eyes.
(Yes, we're taking a break from animated GIFs for some real-deal art appreciation.
Eisley has recorded videos for "Marvelous Things", "I Wasn't Prepared", "Telescope Eyes" (the version from Room Noises), "Invasion", "Memories", "Smarter", "The Valley" and "Currents", which can be viewed on their official website, but largely, the band's strong, steady, organic growth comes from touring and an aggressive online marketing approach.
Younger sister Stacy (who was then 8 years old) became frustrated over their insistence that she was too young to be a part of the band and wrote her own song without their help before she was inducted.
Remaining recording/touring members are cousins Sherri Du Pree-Bemis and Garron Du Pree.
Their name was inspired by the Star Wars saga (i.e. Since forming, the band has released five studio albums: Room Noises (2005), Combinations (2007), The Valley (2011), Currents (2013), and I'm Only Dreaming (2017), along with numerous EPs.
If you love (or hate) my music with a passion you may remember the enthusiastically angry Tim Kinsella letter, or the few times I’ve written in (thanks to Jason from letting me have somewhat of a sounding board once and a while through his site) just letting you guys know what’s turnin’ me on or making me sick. I’m not by any means a virtuoso at my instrument and at this point I read comic books more than I listen to music. The fact that you can distill truth in a song and hit someone over the head with it. The ethical and personal truths that I needed to be put out there were most quickly and easily accessible in the turn of a musical note or a well worded phrase. It destroyed me and broke my heart that I wasn’t out there, touring speaking to people RIGHT THEN AND THERE.
To let you guys in on some stuff that’s semi personal, I’ve been questioning why I play music a lot lately.
I relish living far away from anything involving other bands or the entertainment industry (It’s called…Texas). Since twitter got invented, we’ve all been screwed…let’s be honest.