“I basically lost everything I had–except for the songs”
Former Underoath frontman Spencer Chamberlain unveils his new band in this AP world-exclusive interview. Hear about his struggles to get here and what is to come
"At one point, I was seriously laughing, sitting on my dining room table, with two gold records on my wall, emptying out my piggy bank to eat a 99-cent burger, for the first time in two days. I was just like, “This is ridiculous. This is insane.” All I had were those songs…"
Whether you’re starting a tour, band, media company or business, design is something to be considered. It establishes your brand, gives you a stamp to smack on stickers, pins and T-shirts and—more importantly, it creates a symbol people will internalize and connect with you. Sometimes, logos are so great that they become beacons for culture.
In this series, we get the stories behind highly recognized icons within our community from the people who created them.
BackTracking: The story behind “Ohio Is For Lovers” with Hawthorne Heights
In this recurring column, we discuss the back stories of some of the scene’s most resonant songs with the people who made them. In this installment, Cassie Whitt spoke to Hawthorne Heights vocalist JT Woodruff about their breakout single “Ohio Is For Lovers.”