Hero The Band is a Georgia quartet of brothers each born a year apart, who emerge at a sonic crossroads between arena rock, experimental alternative, and swaggering R&B. The boys grew up in a highly musical family and sang in an R&B group. However, when their grandmother bought them a karaoke machine, they fell down a rock ‘n’ roll rabbit hole, going from Queen to Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, The Beatles, and Rush. Picking up instruments and working alongside producer Donovan Jarvis in Atlanta, they brought Hero The Band to life and honed a signature sound throughout three independent releases.
Now signed to LAVA Records/Republic Records, Hero The Band ignite their rise with their new EP Back To Myself. The EP features the single Trouble In My Mind with a newly released music video directed by Allison Flom. The track is pure raucous anthemic pop-rock for the modern era, filled with hooks so catchy they’ll stay with you for months.
Of the video, Hero The Band says, “Trouble In My Mind is about the power of the imagination. We believe in total wellness of the mind, body and soul; this video offers stories of transformation through acknowledgement of personal challenges and the necessity to overcome.”
Check out the video for Trouble In My Mind below