Automorrow isn’t your average North Texas band, they are a three-piece band with a live show (nominated best of 2010 by Fort Worth Weekly) that takes you on a roller-coaster ride of change-ups, deep grooves, thick harmonies, and intense rock. A self-produced EP, three digital singles, and a healthy stock of music videos make up the stable of quality material this band has produced since it began gigging in April of 2007.
Automorrow’s members came together to start writing music in 2005, an unlikely trio with very different musical backgrounds and taste. Producer Ben Napier, and his longtime friend and drummer Adam Reeves began to jam with guitarist Michael DuFault, from the now defunct North Texas ska band Censored. Born of some late-night jam sessions in a local studio, the first of the then unnamed bands’ songs were written. As other bands and projects came to a close for its members, Automorrow was christened. The band has been picking up momentum ever since, moving beyond many bass players, exploding house parties, and shows throughout Texas and Oklahoma.
Currently, the band is working on their first full-length album, having already released three digital singles in the past 10 months, “Get Your Own Friends”, “Martians” and “Like New”. These singles highlight the evolution from the bands’ debut EP, and have been featured on 102.1 The Edge, 97.1 The Eagle, and 88.7 The Choice and on channel TXA-21’s All Jack’d Up. In addition to the recordings, the band is looking to improve its already acclaimed live show, and continue to bring its performance to other markets, moving into 2011 stronger than ever.
- Ben Napier (at right)
Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Bass Guitar
- Michael DuFault (at left) MicroD
Lead Guitar, Backup Vocals, Keyboard, Bass Guitar
- Adam “Fat” Reeves (at center)
Drums, Percussion, Backup Vocals