Hi there, we’re Band of Silver! We’re an indie pop trio out of Nashville.
What is the best and worst thing about working with your siblings?
The best thing is that we all get along pretty well and have similar musical tastes and influences. So if I mention an effect from a song with 12 streams on Spotify, everyone immediately knows what I’m talking about. The worst part is they have to put up with me.
You recently released a new single “Are We Are We Not”. Tell us about that.
“Are We Are We Not” is a punchy, snarky love song about the tension between two people who should be more than friends. I see it as high energy and laid back at the same time, as odd as that sounds.
Your debut EP “Always” is out. What is your favorite track?
Evan says “Undertow,” Alex says “Starry Eyed,” and I say “Closure.”
How would you describe your music?
High energy, 80’s influenced synthwave pop.
How did you get started in music?
Alex and Evan have been playing instruments since they could practically walk. They discovered a love of performing after joining a rock band program through a local music school. They started writing songs together, but struggled with lyrics which is where I came into the picture. I started taking voice lessons to better perform the melodies I heard in my head.
The past year has hit the Entertainment Industry hard with the Pandemic. What has kept you going during the rough times?
We’re siblings living under the same roof, so scheduling practices hasn’t been any different for us. We miss live shows, but that only motivates us to work hard during the down time so we can hit the ground running when everything opens back up.
We hear you have a lot coming up. What can fans expect in 2021?
Anything from fun summer songs to darker more vibey tunes. Maybe even Alex singing lead. Also, if things open back up we would love to get on the road again and play some live shows.
What are your career goals in five years?
To play Bridgestone Arena. It’s a huge stadium in downtown Nashville where we’ve seen all our favorite artists play. The light shows are always killer, and we’d be on the same stage we saw Linkin Park, Panic at the Disco, 21 Pilots, Skillet, Imagine Dragons, and a ton of other great acts perform.
Anything else you would like to add? Thanks for having us!