out on March 1st 2019
The all-female Charlotte/North Carolina (US) based 5 piece Reason|Define unleash news of their sophomore album release and supporting US tour. Entitled ‘In Memory’ – the 11 track offering officially drops on 1st March 2019 and shall deliver an exciting journey for lovers of hook- heavy torrents of rock-style riffs, powerful melodic vocals and anthemic chorus lines.
Featuring Paolina Massaro (Vocals), Caitlin Rutkowski (Bass/Vox), Sav Ruff (Guitar/Vox), Syd McVicker (Drums) and Shelby McVicker (Guitar) – the band ride a wave of influences that include acts such as Tonight Alive, Every Time I Die, State Champs, Beartooth, A Day to Remember and Phinehas all of which has helped build a diverse foundation for their unique sound. After winning the 2016 award for Best Rock Band of the Year at the Carolina Music Awards, Reason Define released their debut album Far From Strangers in March of 2017. Since then – the band with a growing reputation for super high energy stage performances – have brought their mosh-pit worthy creations to venues across Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Tennessee, Iowa, Kentucky, and Indiana.
Late in 2018 the band released their video single for the punk-fuelled hard-rocker ‘Pointing Fingers’. A track that is the perfect calling card for a taste of things to come from their ‘In Memory’ album release.
[March 01, 2019]
Genre: Rock, Punk, Metal
Base: Charlotte/North Carolina (US)
Label / Booking / Press:
Reason Define March 2019 ‘In Memory’ Tour Dates with support from Hail Your Highness
1st March – Rockhouse Live in Memphis, TN
2nd March – Ziggy’s in Chattanooga, TN
3rd March – Connect Live in Acworth, GA…
4th March – Groundzero in Spartanburg, SC
5th March- The Hideaway in Johnson City, TN
6th March – Best Friend Bar in Lexington, KY
7th March – Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis, IN
8th March – Glory Hub in Fort Wayne, IN
9th March – Shakespeare’s Lower Level in Kalamazoo, MI
22nd March – Historic Grove Theater in Oak Ridge, TN
23rd March – The Odditorium in Asheville, NC
29th March – Amos’ Southend in Charlotte, NC