Kamber began playing their unique mix of modern, intelligent pop and straightforward alternative rock in Nashville in 2012. Although the group derives its name from lead vocalist and pianist Kamber Kigin, they present themselves confidently as a rock band.
Tracking for Kamber's ambitious debut EP "Hurry Up" - now available on Noisetrade - began in April 2014, its production handled by members of the band. The three-track effort seamlessly blends creative storytelling, intricate piano work, and timeless guitar-driven rock - sewn together by Kamber's unmistakable voice.
Songwriter and central Florida native Kamber is a natural storyteller, and she paints a picture with each lyric she pens. Her distinct vocals and passion for the craft of songwriting propels the band. A classically trained pianist and composer, Kamber has been writing since she was 14. Although Kamber's writing style is influenced by intelligent female pop artists such as Imogen Heap, Tori Amos, and Sia, the band itself draws upon a common love for rock acts ranging from Foo Fighters to Underoath.
All songs written by Kamber Kigin and performed by KAMBER
Austin Huelsbeck, Jase Hackman, Justin Nelson, Kamber Kigin, and Paul Carter
Vocals - Kamber Kigin
Piano - Kamber Kigin
Lead guitar - Jase Hackman
Rhythm guitar - Paul Carter
Bass - Austin Huelsbeck
Drums - Justin Nelson
Keyboards - Austin Huelsbeck and Kamber Kigin
Programming in "Hurry Up" - Austin Huelsbeck
String arrangements written by Kamber Kigin
Violin and Viola in "Hurry Up" and "City Of Roses" performed by Thomas Daniel
Cello in "City Of Roses" performed by Sambo Moncivaiz
Gang singing in "Lost In Music City" performed by KAMBER, Nicole Jaye, Thomas Daniel, and Keith Duell.
Produced by KAMBER
Engineered by Austin Huelsbeck at The Contemporary Music Center in Brentwood, TN
Strings engineered by Jason Moncivaiz and Sambo Moncivaiz at Colorsonic Sound Studios in Nashville, TN
Mixed and Mastered by Jason Moncivaiz
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