w/ support from Josh Clutter and Clay Borrell
Led by the anthemic songwriting of frontman Grayson DeWolfe, Time Atlas has propelled themselves into becoming one of the biggest names in the Twin Cities music scene while creating a buzz around the country. Often described as "Coldplay meets Panic! At The Disco", Time Atlas gives a wide variety of modern alternative mixed with modern synth infused hooks. In the short year that the band has been around, Time Atlas has toured the midwest and east coast several times, creating a faithful following in the live music scene. With over 60,000 streams on Spotify and a formidable following on social media, the group is causing thousands to turn their heads and listen. The quintet formed when DeWolfe was pursuing a solo career with the group as his live band. Gaining a strong following and an unusual degree of support from six months of playing shows within the Twin Cities, the group decided to don the name Time Atlas after opening for QuietDrive at a packed Varsity Theatre in December. Spending the following months writing and recording their debut record, the band returned in June, surprising fans with their debut music video for the upbeat anthem “Falling”. The video quickly gained over 1,000 views in less than 24 hours, immediately creating a buzz within Minnesota. The group released their 5 track debut EP, “Clarity”, on June 30th, combining elements of pop, alternative, rock, and acoustic music into a collection of catchy songs. “Our goal was to be as diverse as possible while maintaining a unique sound,” explains guitarist Josh Bening. “We wanted to create an album that would touch as many people as possible”. The group returned with new music in 2016 with the infectious single "Scarlet Fever", a synth led uptempo song that gained over 50,000 streams/views in it's first month.