Members: Fredric Oakman, Troy Messerall, Brandon Vargo, Paul Dean
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Having been compared to many bands that have built and supported the foundations of our independent music community, Signal Home has found it an honor to share such a sound. No name dropping will happen at this point, instead develop your thoughts and check out some of our new songs from our debut full-length, "A Fragile Constitutional"
which is available NOW
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"This is one of the best CDs I've heard in a while. Signal Home is one of those bands that has always lived pretty close to us and played a lot of shows around here but I've never been able to book a show or really see them live. After hearing "A Fragile Constitutional" I want to see them now more than ever. Punk rock has hit an all-time low in the sense that so many bands have been formed from the same mold. Everyone has the same music, the same clothes, the same hair, the same ideas, the same lyrics... It's just gotten kind of boring. Signal Home is NOT one of those bands. The vocals are gritty but clear, the music is catchy and fun, but still creative, and the lyrics actually have some solid content. My gosh, the mold has been broken. Thanks to the Signal Home guys for this. I mean it. A lot of Erie, PA area punk that I have heard has it's own sound and Signal Home are a good representation of that. I would recommend them to fans of Hot Water Music or Alkaline Trio, among many others. This is so good."
- Dana White (www.cornzine.com)
"Signal Home is a perfect blend between Alkaline Trio and Taking Back Sunday. A Fragile Constitutional with it's screaming, singing, powerful guitar rock and great drum beats, is a refreshing screamo anthem album from a young band. Their songs are songs of heartbreak, being on the road and life experiences. Each song is distinct from the other (a rarity among new bands these days) and has a completely different story to tell. They don't stick to one genre; they mix good classic rock in on songs like "Nail Your Colors to the Mast" and create a hybrid of genres in one. Seriously, if you're looking for some lively new screamo, check out A Fragile Constitutional - you won't be disappointed."
- Sara Dolin (Sound-Riot.com)
ALTERNATIVE PRESS REVIEW 4/5 Stars!
Who? Emotional post-hardcore quartet from the sleepy hamlet of Meadville, Pennsylvania, on Hawthorne Heights frontman JT Woodruff's new label, Carbon Copy Media.
Sounds Like? Everything from early Against Me! to Hot Water Music sans bass guitar. A Picture-perfect orgcore band. (Google it.)
How is it? Signal Home are perfect to finger point along to at your town's next basement show, and A Fragile Constitutional is the perfect souvenir after that sweaty night.
Rocks Like: The Bronx, Hot Water Music, Alkaline Trio
Review in Alternative Press #221
"This band is a melodic punk rock revival, and a huge breath of fresh air for me. I have always loved bands like Hot Water Music, Rise Against, and Good Riddance and I think SIGNAL HOME gives me the same type of feelings. I hope that the rest of the indie music scene agrees with me, because kids should be listening to more bands like this."
-JT Woodruff (Hawthorne Heights)
"While "A Fragile Constitutional" may be the first release for Signal Home, the members have been staples in the PA underground scene for quite some time, (long enough for me to use the word "underground."). The record brings to mind references like The Lawrence Arms, Small Brown Bike and Cadillac Blindside, but I think it would just as easily appeal to fans of Taking Back Sunday, Rise Against, or any of the new hip bands out right now. There are great tempo changes and plenty of catchy sing-along parts mixed with some screaming and sincere emotion. This is probably the best record I've heard from a "new" band recently, and with the backing of Carbon Copy Media I'm sure you will be hearing a lot more about them soon."
-Substream Magazine Issue #2 (Lokie)
"I've seen these guys everywhere. They are an extremely hard working band and offer some pretty different sounding stuff. Let's just hope it's not too different for the kids to like. I don't know how to really classify their sound. He's got a cool scratchy voice, there are some killer guitar tones, and the drumming is solid."
-Substream Magazine Issue #2 (Levi)
"The penultimate band was Signal Home. This is the first show I'd seen of theirs since they signed to Carbon Copy Records (A Fragile Constitutional due out this August!!). They had always put on good shows, but today's performance seemed a bit more...professional. They played their hearts out, wowing people who had no clue who they were and pleasing fans alike."
-Show Review (Punknews.org)
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*All album artwork by Brett Davis