The Better World
The Better World
In September 2009, The Better World won the “Next Big Thing” contest on AlternativeAddiction.com and was given the band spotlight feature for that entire month. AA also named TBW one of the Top 20 Unsigned Bands of 2009 and promoted their single “Counting The Days”, which became the website’s Number 1 song download for 9 straight weeks. Nationally, TBW placed 3rd out of 2000 bands in the Taylor Guitar Test-Drive competition. The band also placed 3rd out of 200 bands in New York City’s Meany Fest competition.
Most recently, "It's Alright" has been featured in the movie, "The Hit List", featuring Cuba Gooding Jr. and Cole Hauser. The Better World is currently touring in support of “Broken Memories” and have begun writing new material for their next E.P. "This band knows how to make great heart-felt music. I have to admit it was one of the best albums I have listened to all year." www.iammiak.com “It’s hard to not be impressed by “It’s Alright”.
The melody instantly imbeds itself into the listener’s psyche. It really feels like you guys are pouring your heart and soul into the performance.” www.taxi.com "The album is packed with every element you want from music, from the catchier hook of “It’s Alright” that could easily take over the radio waves, to the in-your-face, angst-ridden, tear-it-up “Only One.” www.changeupmag.com "This is a trio of undeniably talented musicians, who know how to take that talent and weave it into music that can reach out and grab even the unlikeliest fan. It’s hard to find such strong songwriting in music now.” www.ientertainmentblogs.com Jersey-Based Alternative Rock Band "The Better World" Along for "The Ride" Mooresville, NC, April 10, 2012 --(PR.com)-- New Jersey-based alternative rock band The Better World has been tapped by V1 Entertainment Films to pen original songs for the pilot of “The Ride,” a new professional motorsports-themed television series. The pilot will be directed by acclaimed film and television actor/director Giancarlo Esposito of AMC’s Emmy-winning “Breaking Bad” and is being targeted as a Spring 2013 network replacement series. http://www.pr.com/press-release/404461 Read more on Last.fm.
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