This Is Not Our Story
What makes a great band? Is it chemistry? Cooperation? What happens in the universe that can make a handful of complete strangers just... click. What's the key to silencing crowds of thousands with just one simple word?
Whatever it is, Noisy House Studios seems to have found it in their debut band, Solivagant. Seven very different people seize the world by storm, and none of them can explain how. Especially the band's bassist, August Hendrix, who can't seem to fathom going from a nobody to a somebody in just a matter of days. Not only that, but the music is his. Working along side some of his lifelong idols, no one tries to burden his creativity or tell him he needs to do things a certain way. At least, mostly everybody.
Emmett Arden, a musical genius at the age of twenty-two, needs to have everything fit his mold. He has an image of the perfect band, and Solivagant is far from it. Keeping them up all night to get songs just right, or making them play with blisters, Emmett is no joke. Yet surprisingly, August and his fellow band mates can't help but like him, because when he isn't busting your ass about something, he's putting bandaids around those blisters and giving you homemade tea from singing all night. August and Solivagant's millions of fans are smitten.
So what makes a band? Maybe it is their imperfections, those little things that tell you that they're human too. Maybe it's not when you can silence a crowd, but when the crowd takes your breath away. It's a two-way street, because really, what makes a band is the fans. And Solivagant has the key.