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“We don’t look the rockstar part,” admits Silent Trust vocalist/guitarist Andrew Cospelich, who, offstage, finds himself reserved and nervous around others. “But when I’m onstage, it’s like a switch is flipped inside” he continues. “I’m loud, I’m in the zone. That’s where I feel comfortable. I’ve always felt like there’s no trouble in the world when I’m on stage.”

It’s the dichotomy of Gulf Coast quartet Silent Trust’s larger-than-life stage presence backed by lyrical transparency about offstage struggles that connects so powerfully with fans, making their hard rock all the more commanding.

That, and the fact that band—Vocalist Cospelich, guitarist Mike Yorks, drummer Dustin Mclean and bassist Brent Kriner—draw from a handful of influences ranging from epic ‘80s anthems to grunge, to heavy metal and modern contemporaries like Breaking Benjamin to create a sound they’ve heard compared more often to a moment than to any music the listener has heard before—a je ne sais quoi mixture of thunderous drums and bass and captivating guitar imbued with the spirit of survival and resilience to keep the music flowing through unimaginable circumstances including depression, homelessness, being repeatedly ravaged by tropical storms and even cancer.

With a new round of singles produced by Jim Wirt (Incubus, Hoobastank), the band start from square-one, making a firm sonic declaration positioning them to spread their message to the largest audiences they’ve seen yet. It’s clear these humble Mississippi rockers belong on massive stages with their heartfelt rock blasted through towering stacks to thousands of people who may find just what they need to escape in their music.

“I’m hoping that when people hear the songs, they release all the emotions there at the concert,” explains Cospelich. “I want them to go home happy instead of going back to the depressed state. To have that feeling of possibly saving someone’s life—that’s a big game-changer. I feel like I’m returning a favor.”
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Genres:
Rock, Hard Rock, Alternative Rock
Hometown:
Biloxi, Mississippi

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About Silent Trust

“We don’t look the rockstar part,” admits Silent Trust vocalist/guitarist Andrew Cospelich, who, offstage, finds himself reserved and nervous around others. “But when I’m onstage, it’s like a switch is flipped inside” he continues. “I’m loud, I’m in the zone. That’s where I feel comfortable. I’ve always felt like there’s no trouble in the world when I’m on stage.”

It’s the dichotomy of Gulf Coast quartet Silent Trust’s larger-than-life stage presence backed by lyrical transparency about offstage struggles that connects so powerfully with fans, making their hard rock all the more commanding.

That, and the fact that band—Vocalist Cospelich, guitarist Mike Yorks, drummer Dustin Mclean and bassist Brent Kriner—draw from a handful of influences ranging from epic ‘80s anthems to grunge, to heavy metal and modern contemporaries like Breaking Benjamin to create a sound they’ve heard compared more often to a moment than to any music the listener has heard before—a je ne sais quoi mixture of thunderous drums and bass and captivating guitar imbued with the spirit of survival and resilience to keep the music flowing through unimaginable circumstances including depression, homelessness, being repeatedly ravaged by tropical storms and even cancer.

With a new round of singles produced by Jim Wirt (Incubus, Hoobastank), the band start from square-one, making a firm sonic declaration positioning them to spread their message to the largest audiences they’ve seen yet. It’s clear these humble Mississippi rockers belong on massive stages with their heartfelt rock blasted through towering stacks to thousands of people who may find just what they need to escape in their music.

“I’m hoping that when people hear the songs, they release all the emotions there at the concert,” explains Cospelich. “I want them to go home happy instead of going back to the depressed state. To have that feeling of possibly saving someone’s life—that’s a big game-changer. I feel like I’m returning a favor.”
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Hard Rock, Alternative Rock
Hometown:
Biloxi, Mississippi

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