DON’T SWEAT IT E.P. VOL. 2 OUT ON OCTOBER 1
DON’T SWEAT IT E.P. VOL. 1 OUT NOW
“Keep an eye out for Come Down Denver” – Alternative Addiction
Based out of a small town called Villa Rica, GA just outside of Atlanta, Come Down Denver is eager to bring their music to the masses with the October 1 release of Don’t Sweat It Vol. 2, the follow up to Don’t Sweat It Vol. 1, both on Are You Down Records, LLC produced and engineered by Shawn Grove (Sevendust, Collective Soul) and will be available at all digital outlets.
See the premiere of the lyric video for I’m Sorry today at Pure Volume: http://www.purevolume.com/news/come-down-denver-lyric-video-im-sorry
Come Down Denver is- vocalist Christian Camp, guitarist Billy Metcalfe, guitarist Travis Blake, bassist Casey Buice and drummer Allen Beck.
Together the fivesome’s DIY efforts are paying off, recently being deemed by Channel One News as one of their “Hear It Now” bands (full story here: http://www.channelone.com/come-down-denver/), Rust Magazine calls them ‘hungry, hot, fresh’ and On Request said they are “Power pop perfection.” You can also hear the song Don’t Call It Crying featured on MTV’s The Challenge: Rivals II this month.
Combining high-energy vocals and harmonious the band has a knack of penning infectious power-pop laced anthems that will leave the listener singing along.
“I think that the biggest thing that the fans get out of the music is the assurance that they aren’t alone in life,” says Camp, who shared lyric-writing duties with Blake. “I write the songs for people to hear them, and the people listening have assured me they’ve gone through the same things that I write about. The only thing I can do is express those situations in a way that allows people to relate the songs to the situations in their own lives.”
That sense of empathy is reflected in the solidarity between Come Down Denver’s members. “There’s a deep bond between the five of us, despite the fact that some of us have been lifelong friends and some of us haven’t known each other for that long,” Camp notes. “When we all met and collaborated, everything fell into place.”