The Starting Line

The Starting Line, formed by Kenny Vasoli along with guitarists Matt Watts, Mike Golla, and drummer Tom Gryskewicz, a few eight years ago in the suburbs of Pennsylvania are set to release the most triumphant album of their career on July thirty-first entitled Direction. For inspiration while writing the songs that became Direction, Vasoli looked to classic artists like Bob Dylan and James Brown. “I know that our album doesn’t sound like that,” the singer says, “but those guys would write songs that didn’t have a whole lot going on, but they still worked really well. I guess that I tried to adopt that mindset while writing these songs. I wanted to give people something that was three or four minutes long, and got to the point.” That distinct approach can be heard throughout Direction, whether it’s in the wistful power-pop of “I Could Be Wrong,” the strutting hard rock on the title track or the infectious first single “Island.” [+]
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