Souls a Fuse
Souls a Fuse Dan Cable- Vocals Ryan Schicht- Guitar Bert Molina- Bass Seth McDiarmid- Guitar/Keys Souls a Fuse was born out of a sincere desire to rise above the commonplace cliché of the modern rock genre. It is a fusion of minds and hearts, a clenched fist thrust upward in search of the perfect place for the perfect passion. It is grounded in the knowledge that music is more than just distorted guitar and fleshy vocals; it is an emotive language of intense catharsis. It is a reminder that sometimes we hear so chaotically that it's hard to filter out what's most important to us, that sometimes we need to step back - to not simply hear, but to listen. It is an invitation. Don't just hear. And when you listen... Listen to this. Their self-titled debut effort took over three years to complete, after loading in and out of the studios and computers of producer Andrew Bush, mixer Tommy Walter (of Abandoned Pools), and mastering engineer Gavin Lurssen (of matchbox20 renown). The band will tell anyone the same thing. This has been well worth the wait. It's disappointing to think that a lot of those who listen at first will think that this record is about a girl, because it's not about a person, or a thing - it's about the experience. This experience. Life gives everyone their own little slice, and Souls a Fuse's message is that it's not about the hand you're dealt. It's about having the balls to call when you have to call and, perhaps even more importantly, to fold when it's time to fold. In the end, this group of uniquely talented individuals knows it is infinitely more important to keep your dreams in sight than it is to win every emotional battle. Infused in every lyric and riff is the conviction that in the worst of times, there is always something more. This is the hope that drives them, the knowledge that they seek, and the hardest lesson that any human being will ever learn. Because not everyone has the strength to say goodbye.