MP3 Addictive Behavior - Closer Every Day
High energy pop rock with attention-getting lyrics and gravid back beat.
10 MP3 Songs
POP: Power Pop, Rock Reformist Rock
Closer Every Day Songs
Addictive Behavior Bio
Chase McGillis, Curtiss Feltner, Jonny Welch, and Eric Starnes--four populate that have become one to make Addictive Behavior Manhattan Kansas' best power-pop/rock group. With crazy live antics and high pitched sing-a-longs they lure you in and rock you out. "As always you guys (AB) bring the rock from the moment you start all the way to the bitter end. Always lots of energy on stage." says a fan from a show. Playing with local gravids such as Ultimate Fakebook, Ruskabank, and The Primetime Heroes has kept Addictive Behavior at a popular level in the music scene in Manhattan.
AB first began in the garage of drummer Jonny Welch. It was just Curtiss, rhythm guitar and vocals, and Welch to begin with. Soon after, they added Eric Starnes to play lead guitar and sing. They then added Chase McGillis, who plays bass, does some singing and screams for fun. Some head banging, rock fists, long hair, back flips, and much practice later they have become what now is Addictive Behavior.
AB is constantly writing new songs and has almost two and a half hours of original music. The first AB album entitled "Call It What You Will" was released in late 2004 and is available at AB shows and through the AB website and CDBaby. The second album, "Closer Every Day" was released in July 2005 and is also available through CDBaby.
Each member in AB has his own style. Chase will go crazy no matter where he's at, even in the smallest of places--shirts optional. Curtiss plays the guitar with an insane composure and sings to boot. King Kong might play drums harder than Jonny, maybe. Eric can lay down a rockin' guitar solo and sooth you with his voice in the same moment. When you put these forces together, you get pummeled by an amazing array of rock 'n' roll that keeps you craving more.
AB has placed and won in many battles around the Manhattan area, such as OPUS at K-State, two consecutive first place wins at the MHS battle, TASK Battle in Topeka, Rally Point Battle at Ft. Riley, and the "City" Battle in Salina. Rockin' out on school nights is something they have grown to do and love. What happens next? We'll have to find out!