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Whose Army?

Whose Army?

Whose Army?


Whose Army? is band of bandits based in Memphis, TN. The founding members were Clifton Anthony - Vocals & Guitar, Will Forrest - Lead Guitar, Alyssa Moore - Bass & Vocals, and Noyel Gallimore, son of drummer Stan Gallimore of Memphis-based band The Grifters, - Drums. This lineup was short-lived, however, with current drummer Daniel Anderson replacing Noyel after only two shows. Daniel and Will had been in several bands prior to his joining. The Read more on Last.fm
Whose Army? is band of bandits based in Memphis, TN. The founding members were Clifton Anthony - Vocals & Guitar, Will Forrest - Lead Guitar, Alyssa Moore - Bass & Vocals, and Noyel Gallimore, son of drummer Stan Gallimore of Memphis-based band The Grifters, - Drums. This lineup was short-lived, however, with current drummer Daniel Anderson replacing Noyel after only two shows. Daniel and Will had been in several bands prior to his joining. The band was founded sometime in early August 2008 after Moore met Anthony at Midtown Memphis coffee shop Java Cabana.

The two started up a band after several failed attempts with others. The young band got several early gigs at the Sansoucci House in Midtown. Whose Army? has been described as passionate and energetic, especially live. Their influences include Radiohead, the Pixies, and a plethora of bands in the current and past Memphis scene.

The band's lyrics and music are written mainly by Anthony and Moore, though other members occasionally contribute. Their sound is described by one Memphis blogger as "material of quality one would expect from a well seasoned song writer". The band has been hailed for their sensitive dynamics and peculiarly pleasing tones. So far, Whose Army? has put out 4 demos featuring 5 songs each, and one full-length album containing 12 songs. (Demo 1) Untitled recorded at Dragoon's practice space in Memphis, TN,2008 (Demo 2) 'The First Demo' recorded at Apogee Sound Recorders in Memphis, TN 2009 (Demo 3) ''The Second Demo/The Tree of Leaves and Fire' recorded at Rocket Science Audio in Memphis, TN 2009 (Demo 4) '0's and Numbers' recorded at Daniel's House in Memphis, TN 2011 (Album) 'The Tree of Leaves and Fire' recorded at Rocket Science Audio in Memphis, TN 2009-2010 Whose Army? has a small following within the Midsouth area, and fans can keep up with their shows through their Facebook page and their independently operated website, whosearmyband.com. The band got their name from the popular expression, "you and whose army?", and more specifically from the title of the Radiohead song You and Whose Army? featured on the 2001 album Amnesiac.

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