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Spiraling band press.jpg
Residence Template:Country data US [[City:=Clinton|Clinton]], [[State_Name:=New Jersey|New Jersey]], [[Country_Name:=United States|USA]]
Born [[Birth Date:=1997-03-21|1997-03-21]]
Known for Keyboard-driven power pop
Contact 123.456.7890
Reference Latitude: 40°37′57.4″N
Longitude: 74°55′24.2″W

Spiraling is a New Jersey-based pop-rock quartet. The band was formed out of a previous incarnation called "You Were Spiraling" by keyboardist/vocalist Tom Brislin.

Spiraling gained national exposure with its self-produced independent release Transmitter. Critical and popular response to the album was enthusiastic. The Star-Ledger of Newark hailed, "There isn't a dull moment on the band's self-released, immaculately produced debut album Transmitter." It also attracted the attention of The New York Times, among a host of other national publications. It is difficult to pigeonhole the group's dynamic, synth-infused modern rock sound.


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The band has performed with marquee acts such as OK Go, They Might Be Giants, Violent Femmes, and Rooney at various venues.

Brislin has toured with progressive-rock legends Yes, as well as behind the operatic-rock of Meat Loaf, holding his own with these music veterans and gaining acceptance from both acts' devoted followings.



Video gallery

The following video features Spiraling performing their hit song, A Face For Radio:

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