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“Paper Tongues” breaking into the scene: MTV’s push artist of the week

“Paper Tongues” hails from Charlotte, North Carolina and is comprised of band members Aswan North, Devin Forbes, Joey Signa, Daniel Santell, Jordan Hardee, Clayton Simon, and Cody Blackler. They just released their debut self-titled album on March 30 and their first single “Ride to California” was featured as the first song on the season premiere episode of “The Hills.” They have played alongside top rock bands Switchfoot, Muse, AFI, 30 Seconds to Mars, Rise Against, and Anberlin, among others. This band is definitely on the rise and is something worth checking out before they blow up.

This week they are featured on MTV’s push artist of the week, and their latest song “For the People” has been chosen to be the theme song of the new MTV show “When I Was 17.” In addition, they’ve even gotten Randy Jackson to notice them. Watch a few videos below and get yourself familiar with this new band breaking into the scene:




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One Comment

  • May 9, 2010 | Permalink |

    Sorry paper your story is only going to last so long–songs are repetative–vocal range sings the same on all the songs—7 members with one mouth talking—we see right through you–nice try not gonna get far—Randys smart one hit nothing more—fake lyrics will not sooth the world===I can already see the other members branching off away from the singer!!

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