After Midnight Project Biography
Based in Los Angeles, California USA, Jason Evigan created After Midnight Project in 2003, writing, arranging, programming and performing each track alone in his home studio. Composed entirely on acoustic guitar and piano, the act fused unique melodies with Rock riffs. Each track was then dropped into Pro Tools where electronic elements, live drums and introspective lyrics were added, resulting in a modern and progressive Rock sound. Joined by guitarists Spencer Bastian and Christian Meadows, bassist TJ Armstrong and drummer Danny Morris, After Midnight Project attracted thousands of new fans and garnered critical acclaim for their unrelenting live shows.
The band's first offering was the self-released 5-song EP "The Becoming", in 2006.
After 4 years of non-stop touring and continually building their fan base both online and in person, the band signed with Universal Motown in 2008 and headed into the studio with renowned producer John Feldmann to record what would become their debut album, "Let's Build Something To Break" which arrived in August 2009; the set includes the single "Take Me Home".