I feel lucky enough to be one of the early birds to hear this band. A good time band that will have you dancing down the streets. With a vocal performance and instrumentals reminiscent of todays pop-rock acts such as; Young the Giant, Night Riots, and Ra Ra Riot this is sure to lift your spirits when you need it most.
“We wrote ‘Comeback’ during this down moment in our careers, where everything seemed broken, nothing was moving forward. We were stuck. In a way, we’re also rejecting the narrative of a comeback. Artists have always been here, and we write music that we love, for our fans and for ourselves, on our own time.” – Luke White (Lead Vocals)
If you’ve heard this band before it might have been from their brief stint on Republic Records. Brooklyn burrow born and moving between the two big cities of Los Angeles and New York City this band has already produced a number of uplifting and infectious songs comparative to acts such as Bronze Radio Return. Having some success in the past and working out some new material currently Atomic Tom is worth your attention.
“Born in Brooklyn amidst a resurgence of rock bands like Interpol, Yeah Yeah Yeahs! TV on the Radio and the Strokes, Atomic Tom recorded their debut album The Moment ina 3rd floor apartment with microphones hung in the bathtub and amps piled high in thecoat closet.
With the completed album in hand, Atomic Tom signed to Republic Records following a stream of sold out shows in the Lower East Side. They made their inaugural industry splash with a secret performance on the B train in New York using only their iPhones. The video of their performance racked up 2 million views in less than three days and the stunt propelled Atomic Tom on a year-long wave that included performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, George Lopez Tonight!, Rachael Ray, CNN, E! and more.
Atomic Tom followed The Moment with a cover of Human League’s “Don’t You Want Me Baby”. The music video featured Anna Faris, Teresa Palmer, Topher Grace & Dan Fogler and quickly garnered millions of views and streams.
Following the release of their EP In Parallel in 2012, Atomic Tom hid out in Los Angelesto record their second full-length album. After three years and an amicable split from their label, ERA was independently released in 2015. Their single “Someone to Love” was featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday and surpassed 1.5 million streams.
With new music dropping in the fall of 2018, Atomic Tom are constantly challenging their creative signature. Get ready for something new.”