The musical adventure began in a dorm room at North Carolina State University, when a trio of swimmers, inspired by the Raleigh, NC music scene, decided start a band. Despite having no instruments, much less the ability to play them the three formed the core of what would become dynamic, smart, award winning alt-pop project.
In 2009, the founding members of the band - Greg Torsone (guitars /production) and Chuck Cox (bass) formed the artistically matured Spaceship Days, taking their name from a lyric in a Catherine Wheel song.
Greg & Chuck in College
Adam Singing the National Anthem
A former America's Got Talent Finalist, fresh off of a Top 40 finish on American Idol, Adam and the band went straight into the studio, releasing 'The Thrill of Freefall' in March 2013
Brian setting the pace
The pop-rock outfit's 4rd album, Saving the Universe, recorded at their own Afterglow Studio was released in July 2014.
Spaceship Days blends digital guitar effects, full orchestration, timeless piano, acoustic solos, rich vocal harmonies, vivid mental images, and intricate mixing techniques to create songs that have mass appeal.
After releasing a pair of albums independently ('The Halo Effect' 2009 and 'Black Holes & Butterflies 2010') to wide acclaim, the duo joined forces with singer Adam Lee Decker.
A string of successful west coast shows followed, including an electrifying performance at the legendary Roxy Theater in Hollywood. Spaceship Days returned home, and went back to work.
After a stint playing with one of London's hottest up and coming bands Brian Avery returned to the States, joining the band soon after.
✧ We Are Spaceship Days ✧