Acclaimed Portland-based foursome One From Many (O.F.M.) are preparing for the release of their first album “The Alleged Album” that highlights some very creative efforts in musical stylings paired with lyrics that will be cause célèbre.
“Retrospective ” is one of the highlights on this upcoming album and a song you should be sharing and spreading the word on. With the irresistible beat this song will get you moving and something you are going to want to put on repeat for a while.
The band transforms their real life experiences into this song that is reflective, but still maintain a pop/rock/alternative sensibility. We get insight into a crumbling relationship and the desire for it to end while still holding on.
Through the progression of their songs, you can see the evolution the band has experienced, both lyrically and musically. You’ll hear sounds reminiscent of Kings of Leon, Pearl Jam, The Killers and others. Don’t fear – it is the blending of different styles/sounds that make it enjoyable.
A collection of true friends, Josh McCormick (guitar), Joshua Elie (guitar), Joe Von Hagen (bass), and Lead Vocalist/Lyricist, Andrew Supina, are committed to writing songs that convey their multiple influences. The chemistry formed from years working together and a spontaneous “family affair” writing style has left no room for pretense. They possess a passion for making quality music that conveys a message and keeps you coming back for more.
Go buy the mp3 now and let it linger in your mind all day long.