Adora is a rock quartet from the Chicago suburbs. Starting in early 2010 the band recorded their first 5 track EP titled “Save Yourself” with producers Craig Owens and Matt Dalton in Rochester Hills, Michigan. Later that year the band debuted with a series of shows including sold out performances at House Of Blues, Cornerstone Festival, and Canopy Club.
Adora’s music video, “Save Yourself” made appearances on the Fuse television network, Xfinity Music On Demand, and MTVu. The single also enjoyed airtime on Q101, Delta Airline radio, and other national radio stations inside and out of the states. You can find articles on Adora online, as well as in AP magazine and the Chicago Tribune. Coldcock Whiskey, Silverfox Drumsticks, and Shine Drums are proud sponsers of Adora.
With a rapidly growing fan-base and positive mood, the band is released their second EP titled “One Word” on iTunes March 6, 2012. The band tracked the album on their own in a basement with producer Mike Weber. “One Word” was then sent to Chuck Macak of Electrowerks for mixing, and Howie Weinberg (The Killers, Muse, Aerosmith) to master the album bringing it to completion. Their single, “Skeleton,” is on the Rock Band Network available for game-play on Xbox. The single began getting placements on mainstream radio in the US and Europe. Adora also has been named FuseTV’s top 10 unsigned bands to watch for in 2013.
Adora released “Black And White,” a single off their latest EP released in March of 2014. In the music video London Anderson leads the ghost band inside a ruined castle haunted by the living dead. As Adora keeps progressing over each EP the band continues to write in what they call a more “layered” sound.