About the Band

The Jobs second single (‘The Sunrise Over the Hill’) available everywhere – 10.15.20. Click the hyperlink to PRESAVE the song.

Cleveland, Ohio- Home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and ‘The Jobs’.

Primary songwriters Trevor Meyer and Thomas Heun played in competing bands in high school. Throughout college breaks, the two would exchange song ideas, lyrics and new recordings. After college, they combined their talents and began writing together. Joined by bassist Marc Barone and drummer, Jon Schlote; The Jobs musical space is primarily occupied by alternative rock with tinges of surf, punk, and emo. Melodies are deliberate and songs are rooted in pop sensibility often masked underneath the gaze of guitar fuzz.

Influences have greatly expanded over the years drawing from travel, world topography, landscapes, the sea, storytelling, loss and isolation, recuperation, and perseverance through physical and mental challenges.

Packaging in tonal influence that is governed by a love for British rock, shoegaze, vintage rock, soul and emo, The Jobs maintain their process-driven approach focused on flow rather than force. As the band’s musical cadence matures, the commitment to integral songwriting and love for innovation balance the challenges of sailing upon the ever changing 2020 musical landscape and beyond.

While 2020 has been challenging, The Jobs recorded their first studio mixed EP, ‘Sailing Upon The Times’, with their first Single ‘Transmission Radio’ topping over 3000 streams in the first month and heard in 12 countries.

Whether you are a fan or a fellow artist, feel free to connect. The Jobs value your passion and hope to bring some catchy tunes your way.

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