Leading His Own Life – In The A.M. Releases “Save Yourself”

In The A.M. is an Alternative/Metal & Rock band based out of Indiana, US. Members have come and gone over the last couple of years with the only consistent members being Alex Shimp and Kerry Mills, who founded the group in 2018. Since 2018, the band has released multiple singles including: “World On Fire” and “My Sins” in 2018 and 2019. These two tracks specifically helped the band grow a local fanbase in their home state of Indiana. Through multiple lineup changes, the music has remained consistent both lyrically and musically with the only real change in sound being more modern production & instrumentation. Shimp has served as the primary songwriter and vocalist since the bands’ inception in 2018. The music is constantly evolving, almost telling a story through the growth in songwriting and overall quality. While writing the EP “What Have I Become”, midway through the recording process of the 8 song project, COVID began to arise as a global issue in 2020. With so much doubt in the world at the time, it was decided that holding off on releasing new music would be the best move for the integrity of the project. While the industry took a massive hit, Alex continued writing through the pandemic, putting together a collection of singles that are set to be released throughout 2021 – 2022. 

More About In The A.M.

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/intheamband

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/intheamband

Spotify – https://spoti.fi/3gDQwZp

TikTok – @alexhyped

Website – https://www.intheamband.com

Merchandise – https://www.intheamband.com/online-store

Purchase “In The A.M.” –  https://ffm.to/intheamsaveyourself

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