Philadelphia-based rock band SPiN have established themselves through touring, licensing their songs to TV and film, charting on radio, a #1 song on the iTunes Indie charts, buzz on popular music blogs, a social media presence of 30k fans, and a viral video (“Zombie Girl” has over 8 million views). They combine alternative rock with pop elements, and their sound blends that of classic acts like Queen and The Cars with modern favorites like Muse and Fall Out Boy. Now, with a new, pop/electro spin on their signature sound, they’re ready to share their new full-length album, Make Me Move.
Recording inside a 150-year old funeral home, the spirits have possessed them with the talent and tenacity to conquer. The quartet consists of E on lead vocals and guitar, Jim on vocals, synths, and piano, Lou on drums and percussion, and finally Hank on guitar and vocals. In a short time, they have released eleven studio projects with the most notable successes including the EPs Stalked, Home, and Meant to Rise. They have also manifested themselves on the charts with a #1 spot on the iTunes indie rock charts with their cover of The Turtles’ “Happy Together” (which also has half a million streams across Spotify and YouTube). Their tracks have also appeared on networks such as NBC, MTV, VH1, Fuse, Comedy Central, NBC Sports, and more, including the perfectly paired CBS show Stalker. In addition to successful headlining shows, they’ve shared the stage with such varied artists as Fuel, Fat Joe, Hinder, Eve 6, Sponge, SafetySuit, Rob Base, Halestorm, Puddle of Mudd, Trapt, Red, and more at shows all around the country.