Vinyl Station is an indie rock band from Phoenix, AZ. who bring an intimate introspective feel with epic songs that draw you in, and bloom to fill stadium stages.
Starting out in 2010 this band sets a blistering pace, one year topping out with 394 shows in twelve months. The hard work paid off as they were selected to open on tour for Rob Thomas playing 2k to 10k person arenas.
The momentum they gained touring with Rob Thomas continues today. Their fanbase continues to grow, and follow them to new venues and recordings.
Matthew and the band hope to see you at a show soon.
Vinyl Station Are:
Matthew Thornton – Lead Vocals, Guitar
Roy Cameron – Drums
Sturgis Waters – Guitars
Patrick Andrew – Bass, vocals
End of the World
Why Do You Wait
Here Comes Your Ghost [Part I of The Trilogy]
What the Press Has to Say
“Vinyl Station has this real special almost otherworldly energy about them, and it is certainly present in their latest single “Here Comes Your Ghost ” which, is out today, (December 8th ) via H1 Massive. … [It’s] a solid well written rock song that you can’t help but want to hear again and again . Definitely a song you need to hear … trust us your ears will thank you.”
“With more new music just around the corner as part of the Answer Slow EP and beyond, “Here Comes Your Ghost” is just a tiny taste of what’s to come and one that, at least on this single, exquisitely embodies both Sam’s Town-era The Killers and U2 circa The Joshua Tree within its’ four minutes and change.
Patrick Andrew and Roy Cameron’s bass and drum work respectively is utterly enrapturing and practically hypnotic with the way it encircles Sturgis Waters and Matthew Thornton’s guitar refrains with Thornton delivering an earnest and impassioned vocal performance on a song that’s a fitting introduction to your new favorite band…”
“Vinyl Station, with its arena-ready, cerebral indie rock that harkens back to the songwriting ambition and grandeur of the likes of U2, Coldplay, The National, Band of Horses, and other luminaries, is ready to take that next step into our hearts and playlists.”
“[Rob Thomas’] opener, Vinyl Station, had the cool kind of indie-rock sound you hear on series on The CW or young adult-oriented films. ”