New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ Spyder Communications)
Coming off an unforgettable evening, award winning teen band Undecided Future
cannot express enough their gratitude for fans that rallied in unbeatable force utilizing Twitter and Facebook to text votes during the live vote leading up to the People's Choice winner announcement. Up against impressive competition, which included Gavyn Bailey, Moxy and the Influence, Purple Mountains Majesties and Zacky T, this is the first award win for Undecided Future
and each band member shares what it means to them.
Pasillas, 17, Drummer: "It's really crazy how far music can take you and how many people it can touch. This award was a message from God that this band is going to take me in the world to places I could never have imagined so thanks to all who support us. Much love brothas!"
Nick Stone, 17, Keyboard, Backing Vocals: "Music has been my life for as long as I can remember. Nothing feels better than to be recognized for doing what I love to do. The support of our followers means the world to me and I hope that winning the "People's Choice" Award is only the beginning of such recognition. A sincere thank you to everyone who voted."
Hayden Lyskoski, 15, Bass, Backing Vocals: "It was an extraordinary opportunity and I still can't believe so many of our fans voted for us. It is the motivation that all of needed to go out into the music world and kick ass!"
Cole Fredrick, 15, Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals: "The feeling was so unreal hearing our name called up on stage. It actually felt really personal to us as a band and there was a raw energy that made all of it feels natural because we were together as brothers. I'm sure it won't be the last win for us."
Matt Jarnagin, 16, Lead Vocals: "Music has helped me cope with some really hard things in my life. When my brother passed away last year, I fell apart. But these four guys put me back on my feet. So every show, every song, and every lyric goes our to the memory of him. And so does this award."
In addition to preparing to release a new single, Undecided Future
will be performing at the Surf City Nights Festival on Main Street, Huntington Beach, CA, April 15, 2014. They also open up for a second time to a sold out show for ska revival band, The English Beat, at the Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA on Saturday, March 29, 2014. People anywhere across the globe will be able to watch their performance live streaming from The Coach House starting at 8pm PST on AlertTheGlobe.com.
More information can be found by visiting Undecided Future's Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/1hvKfGD