The Morning Of
The Morning Of
|Origin||Newburgh, New York|
|Genres||Pop rock, indie rock|
|Years active||2005 -|
|Labels||Tragic Hero Records|
The Morning Of is an American pop/indie/rock band originating from Newburgh, New York, United States. The band's first EP, Welcome Change. Goodbye Gravity, held a steady spot in the Top 50 best selling albums on Smartpunk.com for six months. They also hold a steady spot on PureVolume's Top 100, and top 10 in their pop genre. Their first full length effort, The World as We Know It debuted on the U.S. Billboard heatseekers chart at No. 18 and peaked at the No. 25 pop album on iTunes. They recorded their most recent album, "The Way I Fell In", with producer Jim Wirt (No Doubt, Jacks Mannequin, Incubus, Hoobastank, The Rocket Summer). The album was released on May 11, 2010 and debuted No. 10 on the U.S. Billboard heatseekers chart.
- Current members
- Chris Petrosino - Piano/Guitar/Vocals (2005–present)
- Rob McCurdy - Guitar/Vocals (2005–present)
- Abir Hossain - Bass/Lyricist (2005–present)
- Justin Wiley - Vocals/Guitar (2007–present)
- Jessica Leplon - Vocals (2007–present)
- Dan Celikoyar - Drums/Percussion (2009–present)
- Ryan Jernigan - Bass (2010–present)
- Former Members
- Jimmi Kane - Drums (2007–2008)
- James Bedore - Vocals (2005–2007)
- Rob Curtis - Drums (2005–2007)
- Erin McMenemy- Vocals/Keyboards (2006-2007)
- Ashley Widman - Keyboards/Vocals (2005)
- Chloe Lewis - Vocals (2009-2010)
- 2005: "Welcome Change. Goodbye Gravity" (self-released)
- 2006: "The Morning Of" (Japan Release)
- 2007: Welcome Change, Goodbye Gravity (THR Re-Release)
- 2007: The Digital EP
- 2008: The World as We Know It
- 2010: The Way I Fell In U.S. Heatseekers No. 10
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