Suburban Myth is an alternative rock band that takes its musical influences from bands such as The Goo Goo Dolls, Matchbox 20 and Shinedown with lyrical influences ranging from the likes of Mike Peters to Paul Rodgers. All of which bring together a melodic rock sound that surrounds and encompasses storytelling that gets the foot tapping and the mind reflecting.
Musical composer and vocalist Derek Daisey comes from New York City, while lyricist Phil Wormall, in contrast, bases himself in Nottingham, England. Two sides of an ocean, but yet the two have converged in an epic merger to create this energetic alternative rock band. Led by Derek Daisey and bassist Nicholas O’Kelley, with Nick Lomma on drums, the three piece band commands not only a strong presence, but a captivated audience with their electrifying performances and energy that carries the viewers through an experience all on its own.
For the next chapter to begin in their musical career, their debut EP 'Plastic Souls' will prove that Suburban Myth has the ability to create an enjoyable experience for their fans with their own melding of driving guitar sounds, melodic choruses and memorable lyrics.
The first single, "River of Life" was released on iTunes February 18th 2013, and the EP "Plastic Souls" was released March 18th 2013. [+]