Members: Zach Melton - Vocals, Austin Long - Guitar, Jade Blevins - Keys, Casey Kinsey - Bass, Tyler Fields - Guitar
Hailing from small town Muncie, Indiana, Creating Constellations is growing to deliver post-hardcore music that will not soon be forgotten. Forming in October 2010, the band is comprised of six friends who have a passion for music and a passion for God that cannot be contained. Their goal: Seeking to live ministry and promote positive music to the scene. Combining their various influences and talent, âMy Mom Burned All My Pokemanz,â and âThis is How Magnets Workâ are two songs that showcase sick guitar riffs mixed with intricate keyboard/synth lines that accent each other distinctively. That, united with the featured parts performed live produces a matchless sound and gives fans a reason to keep listening and coming back. Creating Constellations' philosophy on songwriting displays their enthusiasm for their music, fans, and faith:
âWe are all about being positive and speaking in faith. We write from the point of view of our faith, but we believe that our music can be related to by people from all walks of life. Being positive doesnât mean that we avoid writing about struggles that we experience. Music has natural healing qualities that help to mend brokenness in ways that other things canât. We love our fans and want to relate to them in any way that we can.â
The energy of their live performance is infectious. By making an effort to play for not just the crowd as a whole, but for each individual, everything is put into the live show, and they leave it all on the stage every time they play regardless of circumstance.
They believe that good musicianship should not be about where a person is from, but how they convey their own emotions and feelings through their music, and this is why they will continue to move forward. Keep your head up and look out for Creating Constellations, breaking into a scene near you!