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Published on 12 June 2016 at 15:40

The Infinite Eights are an alternative/indie band based out of Tampa, read my review on chatsong. Click on the links and give comments and votes beneath this review.



"The singer has a beautiful vocal voice, I could listen to him all day long. His accent of this singer is wonderful to listen, the lyrics are very powerful. This band plays the instruments it seems like they have been done this for years, very professional. The lyrics of each songs has a meaning and beautifully written, the tunes in each song is amazing to listen"



The Infinite Eights are an alternative/indie band based out of Tampa, Florida. On
October 7th, 2015, The Infinite Eights opened up for In the Valley Below (who currently have the hit "Peaches" out) as this group made the Tampa stop of their tour. Additionally, The Infinite Eights have opened up for several other national acts: The Relationship (Weezer guitarist Brian Bell’s, band), Gringo Starr, and Aaron Carter. The group was formed in October of 2012 and has played at a wide variety of festivals and venues, including the 2013 Gasparilla Music Festival and WMNF Radio's Tropical Heatwave Festival. The band has played twice on WMNF Radio 88.5, with live hourlong sets in the January of 2015 and January of 2016. The Infinite Eights were also the inner of Crowbar's annual Battle of the Bands in 2014. They have signed a production deal with MPI and are releasing videos regularly on YouTube in a documentary/web-series called "Unfound TV." The group released its first EP, "Unfound EP," on December 18th, 2015. The EP is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, and through a host of other outlets. Their members include Parker Wilkson (Vocals, Keys, Guitar), Davin Norman (Bass), and Tyler Hanks (Drums/Percussion). The Infinite Eights' sound features sweeping vocals, ethereal and percussive guitar, melodic piano, driving bass, and strong percussion.

Our music has, and always will be, extremely personal to us. We love what we do and couldn't see ourselves doing anything else, and we hope people are able to connect to our music in the same way we do. Knowing that your music is moving people is the greatest feeling in the world!

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