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Paper Route is an American indie rock band from Nashville, Tennessee that has been playing fabulous music since 2004 and has emerged today as one of the bands to catch live, vis a vis Paper Route tickets. Often combine indie rock with synthpop and elements of post punk revival, they were first signed onto Universal Motown Records and then Universal Republic Records.
The band comprises of bassist and pianist Chad Howat, vocalist, keyboardist and percussionist J.T. Daly, drummer Gavin McDonald and vocalist, guitarist and harmonica player Andy Smith. Three of them, Chad Howat, Andy Smith and J.T. Daly began playing music together after their former band, For All The Drifters, had been disbanded. They had met while students of the Greenville College. They began performing soon after and began receiving rave reviews, with the likes of Paste magazine calling them an ‘artist to watch’.
Paper Route’s first major label album was released through Universal Records and titled Absence. It charted high within the Billboard Heatseekers music chart and by 2008, two songs from the album were being used in the TV series, One Tree Hill. This include such songs as Cryin’ Wont Help You Now. Yet another of their songs was used as the main song for the fabulous Nike+ Human Race. The song Gutter was used on the hit TV series, CSI: NY with two songs used on World of Jenks on MTV; Calm My Soul and Second Chances.
In 2010, they were ranked by Shred News as one of their ten Artists to Watch and in 2009, one of their songs was used in the hit comedy movie 500 Days of Summer, starring Zoey Deschanel. They then began recording music for a next album whose first single was released in 2011 via Amazon and iTunes and titled Better Life. The album itself, The Peace of Wild Things, was released soon after. It went on to rank high within several charts, including eighth on Billboard Heatseekers album chart and Billboard 200 chart.
Another single from the album, You and I, came out in 2012 followed by joining Switchfoot to record remixes of their tracks, which was released as an EP labeled Vice Re–Verses. They have toured much of the US and performed concerts in some of the most fabulous venues. They played in the Final Riot! Tour, alongside bands such as Jack’s Mannequin, Paramore and Phantom Planet. They also went on tour with Paramore for the second time in promotion of their album. They have gone on tour with Passion Pit and in 2009, they toured with She Wants Revenge and Copeland. In 2010, they toured with Lights and Owl City. In 2012, they toured much of the US with Half Noise.
They went on tour with Switchfoot in 2012, performing a number of shows and then went on to tour with Mutemath, Imagine Dragons and Anberlin in 2013. Their members are very talented musicians who are well known in the world of music. Bassist Chad Howat started his own studio, Bottom Bunk Studios where he has produced, mixed and engineered music for many other artists, including Brooke Wagonner. J.T. Daly, the band’s lead vocalist, has also worked on other projects including producing and co–songwriting music with Sarah Macintosh.
He has also composed a soundtrack for Smarkmark, a famous short film, and worked on visual art exhibitions as well as produced and directed a number of movies, which were featured at various renowned film festivals. Gavin McDonald, the drummer, also plays with a number of other groups, including New World, Canon Blue and Macrosick, and is the featured drummer on a number of albums by other bands. With a discography home to seven albums and EPs, they are a band to enjoy live, with Paper Route tickets in hand.