The Thieves About’s new EP “The Chaos Theory” will remind you of your youth and transport you back to simpler times!

The latest release by The Thieves About delivers a style of music that you’re ready to welcome back into your life. With a 90s vibe, the EP pays homage to the Gen-X culture of skateboarding, mall ratting and navigating your way through life. 

It makes sense that all the musicians—lead guitarist John Reikes, drummer Brian Ulery, singer/guitarist J. Scott Gavin, and bassist Jeff Redding—all spent their formative years in 90s, being influenced by The Refreshments, Foo Fighters, Better Than Ezra, etc.
The Thieves About is an alternative rock band based in Encinitas, CA – a small beach community just north of San Diego. Singer and guitarist J. Scott Gavin moved to Encinitas from the Phoenix area in 2015. In 2017, he began collaborating with bassist Jeff Redding. Chicago native Brian Ulery joined as the band’s drummer shortly after and the trio immediately began writing and performing in bars and music clubs throughout the San Diego area. 

In late 2017, The Thieves About recorded and released their self-titled debut EP. The band’s popularity grew, and the trio began performing all over Southern California and the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. 

Looking to further evolve their sound, the band picked up lead guitarist John Reikes in late 2018. Now a 4-piece, The Thieves About quickly grew their sound to fill their new larger canvas. Shortly thereafter, the band wrote and recorded their sophomore EP, The Chaos Theory. 
The first single off the EP, “Hurricane,” immediately received air play on San Diego radio stations. With its 1990s-influenced sound, the band’s music pays homage to the flannel-clad days of Generation X.
Though they was featured in recently released Lifoti's October/November 2019 issue 10, you can check it from below link's for your country:

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