Sparks The Rescue

Alex Roy - Vocals Toby McAllister - Guitar/Vocals Nick Bilotta - Drums Matt aka Peach - Bass Channeling modern rock influences into anthemic choruses and themes of lust, loss and embracing your inner demons, Sparks The Rescue return with 12 impressive edgy pop-rock tracks on new album Worst Thing I've Been Cursed With. The band's second full-length is a step forward for the band, blending sassy lyrics and the dynamic, unique vocals of frontman Alex Roy into the melodic, infectious songs the five-piece have become known for. The group is comprised of Alex Roy (vocals), Patrick O'Connell (guitar), Toby McAllister (guitar), Ben Briggs (bass), and Nathan Spencer (drums). Seasoned musicians of over a decade, the crew started playing together in high school where they spawned from three local bands. ...show more

Alex Roy - Vocals Toby McAllister - Guitar/Vocals Nick Bilotta - Drums Matt aka Peach - Bass Channeling modern rock influences into anthemic choruses and themes of lust, loss and embracing your inner demons, Sparks The Rescue return with 12 impressive edgy pop-rock tracks on new album Worst Thing I've Been Cursed With. The band's second full-length is a step forward for the band, blending sassy lyrics and the dynamic, unique vocals of frontman Alex Roy into the melodic, infectious songs the five-piece have become known for. The group is comprised of Alex Roy (vocals), Patrick O'Connell (guitar), Toby McAllister (guitar), Ben Briggs (bass), and Nathan Spencer (drums). Seasoned musicians of over a decade, the crew started playing together in high school where they spawned from three local bands.

They shared stages frequently at local shows and events until they decided in 2005 to become one single entity, Sparks The Rescue (deriving their name from Nicolas Sparks' novel The Rescue). In 2007, STR released a six-song digital EP, The Secrets We Can't Keep on Double Blind Music. It didn't take long for their music to catch the ear of WCYY's Mark Kurdo, and soon the EP was getting heavy rotation on "Spin Out," a weekly program that features local artists. Requests started pouring in for their tracks to get regular airplay on the station, and STR went on to sell over 10,000 units of their EP on iTunes as their fan base grew exponentially.

Their success has stemmed from their popularity at WCYY, and they haven't forgotten that. They've played over 300 shows to date and have shared the stage with great bands including All Time Low, Hawthorne Heights, As Tall As Lions, Mayday Parade, Chiodos, Forever the Sickest Kids, Mayday Parade and A Static Lullaby. Sparks The Rescue released their debut full-length album Eyes To The Sun in 2009 on Fearless Records. Produced by Jonathan Wyman of Halo Studios, the album has gained rave reviews, with tracks receiving play on MTV's The Hills and Real World: Cancun. ...show less