Pop Punk Band What Makes Sense is an up-and-coming band with diverse member’s who each bring a different aspect to the group. Members Adam “Radam” Rebillard and Avery Avello enlisted drummer Karl Killer, and bassist George Yacoub.
They then hit the studio with Chris Piquette to record debut EP “Fear and Loathing in the Northeast”, out now!
Rebillard and Avello met at Dutchess Community College back in 2013. And have been writing and making music together for over 5 years. “We just clicked really well right off the bat and discovered that we can write some pretty awesome music together”, says Rebillard.
The Hudson Valley has been benefitting from the influence of music, arts, and culture culminating together and causing an outpouring of talented artists. “The Hudson Valley has become somewhat of a melting pot for everyone, with a flood of ideas and influence coming up from NYC,” Avello says.
With the help of Nick Crispi and Eddie Petershagen, What Makes Sense is working on sharing their brand of Pop Punk to the masses. With influences from those who came before them in the genre seeping through on songs like “Your Name in Chalk”. And from more recent acts like on “The Northeast”, What Makes Sense is taking their years of experience and local influence. And making their own flare on the genre.