From: CA, United States

Rock, Hard Rock, Alternative

"Of Eyes That See" is a Southern California alternative rock/ EDM band started by Tiffany Sinko in 2012 when she was just 15 years old. After producing a five song EP Tiffany asked her cousin/drummer Nick Giordano to start a band with her and soon thereafter they asked Nick's long-time friend and bass player David Brockenborough (aka Scoop).

All members of the band grew up playing and singing in their respective church’s worship bands. Each member feels called for life to create and play music for people of all backgrounds. Tiffany writes songs about everyday real life infused with an element of hope. The band’s vision is to attract the hurting, build a relationship with them and then introduce them to Jesus Christ.

All "Of Eyes That See" lyrics are written by Tiffany and the band records with producer and recording artist Joel Piper. Their material has been mastered by Joel Bruyere of "Thousand Foot Krutch" and Dave Collins who is the former Chief Mastering Engineer of A&M Studios, featured in Billboard Magazine, Mix Magazine, Music Connection, Surround Professional & EQ Magazine. The band released their debut EP titled "Empty Shadows" in January, 2013. The first full length album, self-titled “Of Eyes That See,” released November 4th, 2014. Influential bands include: Flyleaf, Breaking Benjamin, Paramore, and Evanescence.

Besides performing and studio time the band recently was contacted by Grammy Award winning producer Earl Cohen who expressed a desire to work with the band. His credits include: Pink, Lady Gaga, Whitney Houston, Tina Turner, Usher, Destiny’s Child, Will Smith, Jessica Simpson, Cyndi Lauper, Nelly, etc. In October 2014, Tiffany, Nick, and Scoop went out to Earl’s studio in New Jersey and recorded a single that has a very unique sound to it. That single is currently being looked at as a movie trailer song.

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