Photo of American Authors backstage meet-n-greet in Golden Gate Park at Alice's Now & Zen 2014 on September 28, 2014. From Brooklyn to Boston to the Bay, American Authors and their breakout smash “Best Day of My Life” have taken over 2014. A four-piece alt-rock outfit based in Brooklyn, American Authors use their razor-sharp musicianship and natural mastery of songcraft as a jumping-off point for sonic exploration. Produced by Shep Goodman and Aaron Accetta, Oh, What a Life was born from the intensely collaborative approach that American Authors always take in creating new music. Despite their lack of restraint in making Oh, What a Life, the album proves a tightly crafted collection of pop-rock gems that—song after song—reveal American Authors’s irresistibly openhearted spirit.
Shortly after moving to Brooklyn, American Authors crossed paths with Shep Goodman while playing a gig in the city.


Releasing Oh, What a Life in March 2014 and embarking on a national tour with OneRepublic in May, American Authors have spent almost the entire past year on the road and consider playing live essential to the band.
Now & Zen 2014 Brings Neon Trees, Matt Nathanson, American Authors, Lindsey Stirling And Good Vibes To Golden Gate Park! Now & Zen 2014 Brings Neon Trees, Matt Nathanson, American Authors, Lindsey Stirling And Good Vibes To Golden Gate Park! Photo of Neon Trees on stage in Golden Gate Park at Alice's Now & Zen 2014 on September 28, 2014. Featuring their breakout hit song “Best Day of My Life” and follow-up single “Believer”,” the sunny yet soulful Oh, What a Life is also built on a magnetic sense of optimism that’s carried American Authors from their formation at Boston’s Berklee College of Music to their down-and-out early years in Brooklyn to their current status as an internationally touring band on an ever-growing rise. With “Believer” fast landing on the Alt-18 Countdown and their eagerly received single “Best Day of My Life” building on the band’s momentum and greatly boosting their social media following, American Authors soon inked a deal with Island Records, took off on their first tour, and set to work on their debut album.


Already working on songs for their next album—with the help of a studio set up in the back of their tour bus—American Authors aim to continue instilling their music with the joyful urgency that fills their live show and first album.
Even in their darker moments—such as “Trouble,” an aching, acoustic-guitar-laced track that serves as Oh, What a Life’s sole straight-up love song, and “Heart of Stone,” an angst-ridden number driven by nervy guitar riffs—American Authors maintain a triumphant mood that’s deeply infectious.
Once they’d gotten settled in New York, the band changed their name to American Authors and began breathing new life into their songwriting and sound.




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