Bradford traveled the country to produce their sophomore album 'Manic Ghost', tracking the album in LA, Chicago, Seattle, Boston and New York. The alternative/melodic rock band wanted a more accessible sound that was more poignant and crisp than their previous releases; with a fierce production team that included Peter Barker (Weezer, 3 Doors Down), Jeff Kanan (No Doubt, Kelly Clarkson) and Tony Gillis (Prince, Jay Z, Hinder), the boys were determined to produce a career-defining breakthrough album that would deliver them from the trenches of obscurity. With lead single 'So Much Easier To Hate Me,' the band is foaming at the mouth and feverishly gunning for a smash hit of a summer. It's an exuberant collection of brisk, infectiously melodic tunes that feature singer/songwriter Dean-Anthony's soaring six-octave range and lead guitarist Guillermo's soaring guitar.
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