From the time they could sound out notes and move their fingers, Danny and Noelle, an ambitious sibling duo, began crafting music in basements and attics with the hometown heroes of Waltham, Massachusetts. With his second-hand drum set, Danny began his descent into the world of Boston hardcore, playing with several local bands while Noelle spent the next several years recording pop songs in her neighbor’s home recording studio.
Those pop songs would eventually generate the mildly successful record, “From the Attic”, launching the career of a successful Waltham-based band called Damone. With the album’s success, Damone began touring throughout the U.S. and Asia with the shy, inimitable 16-year-old Noelle as front women, and her 18-year-old brother Danny as tour manager. Within the year, Danny had returned home to attend college, leaving Noelle to promote Damone’s blossoming popularity and a successful second album.
After a blissful 9-year journey of dissonance, misfortune, and evolution, Damone ended their relationship, liberating Noelle on an enlightening journey deep into the woods of Vermont to find her soul and purpose. She returned home with a broadened perspective of life: “Humanity will inevitably destroy itself and cockroaches will reign with blazing pincers, so why the fuck are we wasting any time?!”
Back under the city lights, on a night of swinging and dancing in the midst of the chaotic scene, beer and whiskey flung high across the night sky and music pierced the air with a sense of childish freedom. Reconvening in the attic of their childhood home with their friend Sean, a virtuoso renowned for his artistic creativity, Danny and Noelle, brought to life an eclectic collection of acoustic songs that Noelle had written over the past few years. The trio began collaborating musically, introducing her organic, whimsical melodies to the percussive and gritty fervor that would become the blue print for The Organ Beats.
Emerging onto the Boston rock scene, the three-piece encountered a Texan named Mikey. Destined to fill the rhythmic void and complete the band’s evolution, his fiery rhythms and elegant melodies encapsulated a natural musical ability that would fuse the deep silence that had remained.
In mind’s eye a spotlight had affixed on the four of them. There were no questions. There was no doubt. There was only the time for them to begin their musical feat that had been awaiting them from the very beginning.
Thus the quest begins. The Organ Beats have arrived.