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About letterboxtragedy

petersburg, VA

Letterbox Tragedy arose to the scene in 2010 with the release of their debut professional studio EP “Breathe Beyond Skylines”. Recorded and produced by Cameron Mizell at Chango Studios, (Of Machines, Jamie’s Elsewhere, Sleeping with Sirens, Broadway, Oceana etc.) the EP's wide range of sounds shows all the different influences brought together from every member. The EP and every song is lined with unique personality and relate ability, its own conflict, one off structured and unique conclusions which makes listeners feel satisfied and wanting more.

A key aspect that sets this band apart is it does not ride off of the many gimmicks in the music scene or down themselves to a certain genre, they drive off of rock solid structure and sheer songwriting talent that shines on all fives songs on the EP. As Conner, the guitarist states “I'm sure your tired of hearing about the "struggle" of doing what we've done like most bands, so I’ll go on the fact that hard work and dedication to our dreams, to our instruments, and doing it together as a family shines so brightly on the new EP”, "Breathe Beyond Skylines" shows all sides of the band in the most compelling and genuine fashion. There's no doubt they pride themselves off of the accomplishment of putting the EP together but this band isn't stopping anytime soon.

Still not convinced? Well, you'll just have to pick up your very own copy of "Breathe Beyond Skylines" for yourself! With enough catchy hooks, crushing breakdowns and driving leads to fill anyone’s appetite, there's something in this EP for everybody. Trust me you will love it!


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