Baltimore-based alternative rock and pop artist, ‘Will Sims’, creates themes that focus strongly on both romantic and social relationships, and the difficulties faced in our modern society. His music reaches out to connect on a personal level while still maintaining infectious components that make his songs stick in your head. Discover ‘Wrecker’ the 14th March in Formula Indie

Baltimore-based alternative rock and pop artist, ‘Will Sims’, creates themes that focus strongly on both romantic and social relationships, and the difficulties faced in our modern society. His music reaches out to connect on a personal level while still maintaining infectious components that make his songs stick in your head. Discover ‘Wrecker’ the 14th March in Formula Indie

Sims’ music echoes the work of the 90’s alternative rock movement by incorporating various genres of music as a
palette to paint different styles of imagery into his music. The vocal styles of Rob Thomas are woven into his work,
which are vocal melodies that both compliment, and are complimented by, the music. The diversity of his voice
allows him to traverse from high energy, Foo Fighters-esque rock songs, to soft, Goo Goo Dolls style ballads that
reach for deeply buried emotions. His songs also have a grand scale to them, built to fill arenas in a similar scale to
that of a U2 or Oasis anthem.
Everyone wants to make their mark on the world and Will Sims hopes to inspire others to follow their dreams,
take a chance, and have their voice heard. We’re all the lead character in our respective journeys, and we have the
ability to make a positive impact on the world around us. Your story is my story, and we’re all living it together.
Sims’ music has been featured on radio stations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina as well as online
radio stations and podcasts. He has played shows in Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, and the Carolinas, and
opened for several national acts including: Puddle of Mudd, Saving Abel, Like a Storm, Gin Blossoms, Adema,
Trapt, 12 Stones, Smile Empty Soul, Otep, Taproot, Hurt, Kip Winger, Faster Pussycat, and The Dreaming

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