By Emily Gainous


New to the Georgia music scene, alternative band All The Rest has started to develop their skills as writers and musicians especially throughout this past year. The band is from Senoia, Georgia which is about an hour south of Atlanta and happens to be a production hub for numerous TV shows and movies. All The Rest consists of Baylee Waller (guitar), Jud Harris (drums), Caleb Smith (vocals and guitar), and Tre Housman (bass) who all bring their own sense of style and originality into the band.

While being used for film and TV commercials, the band has also been touring frequently, especially in the Atlanta area including popular small venues such as Smith’s Old Bar, Vinyl, and Eddie’s Attic. They are now recording with Matt Squire who has worked with All Time Low, Panic! at the Disco, and more noteworthy and successful artists and bands and sees the same kind of potential in All The Rest. The band takes pride in “making honest music for a disoriented and systematic generation” as said on their website which you can find here. Their sound is inspired by the Pop-Punk genre along with other alternative influences that have shaped their music. Their first official release is a single titled ‘Black Plague’ which can be found on Apple Music and Spotify along with more songs the band has released throughout this year. 2017 has been a very productive year for them but they still have a lot to do in order to build a name for themselves and to build a bigger fanbase. However, everything they have released and the shows they have done have proven that they have potential. You definitely want to keep tabs on this band and catch some shows because I can see them getting bigger in the next few years.

For fans of: the 1975, Bad Suns, Finish Ticket

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