Meet the Brooklyn‐based trio Unlocking The Truth: Malcolm Brickhouse, Jarad Dawkins and Alec Atkins

“Our goal is still to become one of the world’s best bands and inspire people with our music to do what they love ‐ no matter what.”

Unlocking The Truth are a great band for any age, creed, time or color. When they first appeared on the scene, they were just 11 years old. In 2012, UTT won raves on Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater; rocked the AfroPunk Battle of the Bands in 2013 and the Fun, Fun, Fun Festival in Austin. Annette Jackson and Tracey Brickhouse , Malcolm Brickhouse’s parents had the idea to get a permit for the band to play in Times Square, earning the lineup rabid fans and hefty cash. But it was a prestigious half‐time gig at a Barclays Center Nets’ game in November 2013 that ultimately led to the teen trio signing with Cherry Party/Sony in partnership with Artery in January 2014. However, in 2015, UTT negotiated their way out of their Sony agreement. 
They then partnered with Johnny K (Disturbed, Megadeth) to produce their debut CD “CHAOS” which they finally and independently released June 2016. In between all the CHAOS, UTT appears in commercials (AirHeads 30th Anniversary, AT&T, Verizon, Beats by Dr. Dre, WOM, Maybelline, opened for Guns N’ Roses, Living Colour, Motorhead, Slash, Marilyn Manson and Queens of the Stone Age. They’ve performed at Coachella and the Vans Warped Tour in front of worshipful crowds often more than twice their age. They performed at Heavy Montreal at the invitation of Metallica; Bonnaroo; Aftershock; Carolina Rebellion; Rock on The Range; New England Metal & Hard Rock Fest; Lunatic Luau; the 2016 BET Experience Fan Fest and 2017 Docs Against Gravity Film Festival in Warsaw, Poland (amongst others). 

In 2015, UTT wrote a book, Unlocking The Truth: Three Brooklyn Teens on Life, Friendship and Making the Band (published by Penguin Books) and made promotional appearances on The Tonight Show, The View and The Colbert Report. UTT released a documentary, “Breaking A Monster,” which premiered in theaters summer 2016 and in film festivals like SxSW, BAMcinemaFest and Traverse City Film Festival, and it’s streaming on Netflix. UTT are 18 years old, just graduated from high school and are still in the game. 
They are writing, composing and now producing their songs for their upcoming album. As a matter of fact, they just dropped a new song and lyric video for their single, PRETEND, which shows the growth in their music and sound, as well as their growth into some very nice young men. They’ll be dropping a few more singles and music videos before the album release.
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