|Seven and Seven|
The Release, a group of ambitious and energetic young musicians, is a four-piece rock band from the San Francisco Bay Area. The bandâ€™s aspirations and drive for success have pushed them to self-produce and distribute their debut album. The artistic chemistry between the four members allows them to continue to grow and develop as a band and as individuals. Each member is a vital element that completes the structure of the band.
They formed with a simple, mutual goal: to create quality and lively rock music. With dynamic rock changes and reggae influences, The Release uses uplifting and positive energy complimented with soothing melodies to create a new sound in rock. Individually, the members have unique attributes that contribute to the band and add to the creative process. Lead guitarist Ross Walker, an exceptional music theorist who strives for perfection in the studio, is an invaluable asset in the development of their music. Singer and guitarist Brian Coe, with his quirky yet creative song writing skills, writes fun-loving lyrics and ear-catching melodies. The contrasting styles of these artists lay the foundation for their sound. Drummer Louie Sehgal, with his focus and precision, keeps a
solid tempo during their performances. Their laidback bassist Danny Herrera compliments their rhythm section while being a source of energy on-stage and a calming presence in the studio. These respective characteristics and their personal and professional appreciation for one another allow the band to express themselves musically.
While the release of their debut album â€śWhole Night Throughâ€ť in November 2009 embodies the bandâ€™s hard work over the last year, they have no plans for slowing down. The Release continues to find exciting venues and new fans, as they pursue opportunities to spread their music across the country. Their dedication to their passion is represented by the sheer effort they put in their craft. They are humbled to know each other, yet motivated and determined to share their talent and sound with the masses.