Noted worldwide for their unique, haunting style, and passionate, poetic songs, October Project signed to Epic Records in 1993 and have sold over half a million copies of their two Epic albums ('October Project' and 'Falling Farther In'). Although the original group took a break for personal reasons in 1996, it's three founding members, college friends Julie Flanders, Marina Belica & Emil Adler, came back together to make music again in 2003 and released a six-song EP, 'Different Eyes.' Reformed around the angelic vocals of Marina Belica, who used to be the band's harmonist, and lyricist Flanders, who was previously not a performing member of the band, the two have been described by critics as a 'kinder, gentler Heart,' creating a vocal blend so seamless that you might think they were sisters. Adler's third-part underpinning completes the transcendent vocal sound that has always been a band trademark. Working under the radar until their new album is finished, the few concerts October Project has performed over the last couple of years have ignited the same sort of grass roots firestorm that established the band back in the '90s.