Move the Fader
Another Hundred Miles is an American rock band made up of Douglas Holmes and Daniel Maynard. The two met in Rhode Island and first began writing music together in 1996. They released an EP in 2003 of acoustic-rock and alt-country songs, titled 'Siren Songs.' In 2006 they began work on their first full length studio album, 'Move the Fader,' and focused on creating a more diverse and developed sound than was present in their previous work. Recording the album spanned three years and four states. It contains eight new tracks, in addition to new versions of three songs that previously appeared on 'Siren Songs' (Kicked You Out the Door, Fifth Wheel, and Way Out West). After four years of work, our first full-length release, 'Move the Fader', was completed and released on May 5th, 2010. Scott Hull Mastering from NYC put the final touches on the album, and a short-run of 300 discs will be available from the first pressing. The album has been described as 'a surprising, yet great combination of Elliott Smith, Nirvana, and country music.' The band's most notable influences include Whiskeytown, Uncle Tupelo, The Old 97's, The Refreshments, Built to Spill, and Blind Melon. While the band is chiefly comprised of Doug Holmes and Dan Maynard, live shows feature a rotating lineup of musicians including Ryan Murphy (drummer, formerly of 'Stroma'), John Lanou (bassist, 'Stroma'), and Nathan Hobbs (bassist, drummer of 'Living Faux').