The surprise reunion stemmed from a playing session that was "all magic".
"It’s hard to live in another world then the one of your album."
Too much light outshining the dark.
Impressive debut full of bum outs and angst.
A stunning sophomore release that cements B&C as one of the most compelling modern emotive punk acts.
Balance and Composure won some serious fans over with their debut full length 'Separation,' thanks to the grunge influenced style of down-the-line progressive rock. The guys are back with a follow-up record and plenty of upcoming touring for it (including Australia). Killyourstereo.com had a chat to frontman Jon Simmons about the new record and life for the band.
Balance and Composure are arguably one of the most exciting bands to come out of the alternative scene in a long time. Having built a following with a string of solid EP releases, the band released their debut full-length "Separation" to roaring acclaim earlier this year. With their hugely anticipated debut Australian tour about to kick off, we briefly caught up with guitarist and singer Jon Simmons.
An album for all respectable top 10 lists this year.
Following the release of their fantastic EP "Only Boundaries", Balance And Composure have cemented themselves as one of the best up and coming bands to keep your eye on. The band's drummer Bailey answered some questions for us.