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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, the new EP from Roseburg, 2 In A Million sees the band speaking about their opportunity for a second chance and the ability to start over again. 

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Roseburg

Zach Knell, Samuel Sheppard (YesterKid), Keith Lambson (Dryggs) and Soren Buchert form the indie, alt-rock fused group Roseburg, formed in Roseburg, Oregon, and now based in Utah.

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Roseburg

In December of 2016, Knell and Sheppard met while serving as missionaries in the small town of Roseburg, and wrote the beginnings of what became the band’s second single, Identity Prices.

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For the remainder of their service, they continued communicating via handwritten letters (mission rules), planning to start a band when they returned home. Since then, they’ve formed their fundamental sound and likened musical persona into an adrenalised, alternative rock sensation.

At the height of Roseburg’s popularity, right as they had released their debut full-length album and announced a nationwide tour, the pandemic hit, canceling everything and putting a big pause on their story. Taking a hiatus, the future of Roseburg was uncertain. That was until last year, when they broke their two and a half year silence with their single, Alice, seeing them skyrocket back into the scene. 

With a human touch for timelessness, Roseburg have a knack for remaining modern and polished. With features on Spotify editorial playlists, the quirky quartet have amassed over 10 million streams to date. They have also garnered support from the likes of Alternative Press, Earmilk and Atwood Magazine, to name a few.

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2 In A Million

Roseburg have now released their EP, 2 In A Million, exploring opportunities for a second chance, and the ability to start over again. While their debut album touched on big, wide-spread universal ideas, 2 In A Million is smaller, intimate and far more personal. Taking things back to their roots, the EP is a more chill, organic soft rock record with a pinch of early 2000’s pop punk nostalgia.

It’s a record of our story, as a band, and our little community we’ve built around it. And how we are so grateful that after all of that, we are back together again with the people we love, doing the thing we love.

-Zach Nell

Songs On 2 In A Million

Sun Sick is about the frustrations of writer’s block and career difficulties. In See You Never and Flowers, they sing about the band member’s fallout with each other during the pandemic, and the eventual mending of those relationships.

The title (Obliviamos) is a fake spanish word, with the suffix “amos”, which is in the “together” tense. Into oblivion, together. It expresses our hope that even after all this time, we can still make this all work. That even though we, and maybe external voices thought we had fallen into oblivion, that we’re in this together, either way it goes. But we’re keeping hope that we’re going to find our way.

-Zach Knell

Good Morning is a direct response to the final track on their previous record, Goodnight Punk. The song details their gratitude to have woken up in a peaceful place after a long, painful night, and to still be with the people they love.  

Find more from Roseburg now:

https://www.instagram.com/roseburgband/

https://twitter.com/roseburg

https://www.facebook.com/roseburgofficial/

https://www.tiktok.com/@brosburg

https://www.youtube.com/roseburgband

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