ARMORS could be best described as an abstract mural of awkward millennials from all corners of Southern California. Their debut single “Parasite” was released in January and was followed up by “Old House” in February. Both songs received an overwhelmingly positive response from Los Angeles radio station KROQ as well as numerous blogs such as We Found New Music, BuzzbandsLA, and Free Bike Valet. These songs were the products of late night jam sessions in a small home studio with Adam Castilla of The Colourist handling the production. Says bassist Kody Buxton, “we learned a lot whilst recording these songs - a lot about our individual selves, and a lot about being in a band. For example, we figured out how to fit three dudes on a single love seat comfortably, as well as, how to branch out and play music we normally wouldn’t.
RESPONSIBLE AGENT: TROY LAWTON