Writing and releasing an album was one of the many goals we had during our senior year of high school. We recorded most of RMCM in a hot and cramped Harry Potter closet under the stairs at Nic’s mom’s house, and released it in May 2017 on graduation day. After realizing how fun and possible it is to record music ourselves, we continued writing and recording, but this time, we were in a long distance band relationship. Attending college and traveling while pursuing music forced us to become organized, prepared and use our online resources. We used breaks and weekends as recording and mixing sessions for our sophomore album, Solstice. As we evolve and grow as people, our sound evolves. Subliming took us over two years of long distance to create and perfect. It’s an album that highlights the process of change, the relationship between the art and the artist, and what it means to be a band, especially a DIY band like us.
We currently reside in the Bozeman area, preparing for our live performances and recording in our home studio. It’s a journey into the unknown for us, but we are ecstatic to start performing.