Andre Comeau, the rocker-guy on the original season of MTV’s groundbreaking reality series The Real World, releases his new solo EP Wrong Within. An Ep with 5 songs of straightforward hardrock written and performed by the guitarist and vocalist.
On Wrong Within Comeau returns to his roots, fronting a heavy rock band with veteran session musician Darren Elpant on drums. Toeing the line between classic and cutting edge, Comeau proves that guitar-rock can still be vital, original, and relevant in 2020. The track Don`t Follow The Light,
Comeau was born in 70’s-era Detroit to a family of touring musicians, the reluctant reality star grew up steeped in all genres of music. Possessed with an instinctual sense of melody, Andre has music in his blood.
His band Reigndance—which also featured Dean Fertita (Queens of the Stone Age, The Dead Weather) helped ignite but quickly outgrew the burgeoning Detroit music scene of the early 90’s. Shortly after relocating to New York, Andre Comeau was chosen to be a cast member of the inaugural season of MTV’s seminal reality show The Real World. The show was an instant success, Andre and his band were afforded massive exposure. After three records and extensive touring the band found themselves at a creative crossroads, they disbanded in 1997.
Comeau states, «I’m proud of everything we did in Reigndance, we took it up the mountain. We grew up together and then grew apart. The Real World was just a moment in time but a very real part of my life. What it became was something I disconnected with and was uncomfortable defending. As our world changed into the reality based, instantly-gratified place it is now, it’s easier to look back and see it’s importance. There were times it felt like a counter-active force, but in hindsight it was incredible to be a part of something so transformative». The track Son Of A Gun,
On Wrong Within, Comeau returns to his roots, fronting a heavy rock band with veteran session musician Darren Elpant on drums. Toeing the line between classic and cutting edge, Comeau proves that guitar-rock can still be vital, original, and relevant in 2020.