Alternative rock band Greek Fire release new studio album Broken in July
A rock band should provoke thought, feeling, and passion. In many ways, it’s a rather big part of the job. Greek Fire definitely take that aspect of making music very seriously. On their EP series LOST and FOUND, the St. Louis quartet—Philip “Moon” Sneed [vocals], Ryan Phillips [guitar], Mark Joseph Roth [bass], and Johnny Venus [drums]—open up like never before.
“We want to be provocative,” Moon explains. “We want to stir up emotions and push creative boundaries. The EP is a statement. This is who we are.”
After tirelessly touring behind their 2011 full-length debut Deus Ex Machina, the band members devoted their attention to crafting what would eventually become LOST and FOUND. At the top of 2012, they packed a van and drove across the country to John Feldman’s studio in Los Angeles. They cut three tracks in the course of just a few days with the producer and longtime friend. At that point, the vision began to crystallize.
On July 12th, Greek Fire will release their brand new album "Broken" featuring the single "I Do".