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Undecided Future - Intoxicated #Flyah Review


On Nov. 20 Undecided Future was chosen by Jason Derulo as the winner of his episode 3, a Ryan Seacrest’s global music competition called ‘Best.Cover.Ever.’ The video currently has over 7 million views, and is exclusively on YouTube.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyhLwVuBqEg&t=1016s
Undecided Future’s dropped a new single, “Intoxicated” dropped December 5th 2017 on iTunes.
Their fan base has been growing locally and organically for the past 6 years. They have become known for their feel-good lyrics with great hooks, genre-smashing compositions, a unique combination of vocal harmonies and a relentless energy on stage.
Inseparable since high school, Undecided Future is an Indie Pop band formed in 2012, all five were students of Commercial Music and Film & TV at Orange County School of the Arts, Santa Ana. They had professional musicians as teachers in high school, and were taught at a young age, from the best in the business and were able to get a jump-start on getting booked at venues like Disneyland and Downtown Disney, even though they were so young. While still in high school, they recorded ‘Disco Balls & Mating Calls’ 2014, a 6 song EP on iTunes and all digital platforms. Their Back-to-School campaign summer of 2017 consisted of a new single “HMU” dropping to all digital platforms as well as 250 college radio stations across the U.S. with a good amount of spins and colleges adding their songs to their libraries.
Undecided Future has a regular gig performing for hundreds of people at the Disneyland resort properties. They entertained their largest crowd of 10,000+ opening for Smash Mouth at the Lake Mission Viejo Summer Concert Series last summer and have played the KAABOO Festival, the CoachHouse, LA & OC County Fairs to name a few. They have given back by performing for numerous, local charities in the area. Dear to their hearts is CHOC Hospital Cancer Center in Orange, as Hayden, the Bass player, had been diagnosed with cancer and spent a lot of time there getting cured this year. Happy to have him back on his feet, the band will be playing at Springboard Festival in Jan 2018 and SXSW in Austin, TX, March 2018. They have die-hard fans of all ages who are cheering them on and going to all their live shows. undecidedfuture.com

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