Shadow of Whales











• “Words” Awarded Best Indie/Alt. song of 2018

• Awarded Vox Pop Fan Award by the Independent Music Awards

• 335k Streams on Spotify

• Nominated for “Best Rock EP” and “Best Indie Song” by the Independent Music Awards

• Regular rotation at Hollister Stores, Starbucks Coffee Shops, Uber Offices, Planet Fitness, Golds Gym, Journey’s, and more.

• “Runaway” Music Video received by broadcast television channels in California, Tennessee, Illinois, New York, Texas

• Featured as the “most clicked track” on FM 104.1 (Boston, MA)

• #9 on IndiMusic TV’s Top 21

• #136 on NACC Top 200

• Featured in Huffington Post, The Daily Texan, The Other Side Reviews, AltWire, AXS, The New Nine, Infectious Magazine and many more.

"Shadows of Whales have a natural penchant for anthemic riffs."
"Shadow of Whales is unlike any other band I’ve seen in Austin, and I’ve seen a lot of bands... [They] make music that’s colorful and exciting."
"Shadow of Whales are known for their tenacity and endurance in an often-evolving industry... and they're doing it with gusto and passion."


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Shadow Of Whales is an award-nominated, alternative indie-pop/rock band on a mission to spread hope and love as far as sound can reach. Fronting the group is Joshua Flores (Invisible Target), Emilio Rendon on lead guitar, Jeremy Boyum on bass guitar, Blake Brown on drums, and JD Vazquez on keys. What makes this band truly unique is the experience that all of them have had in aggressively seeking careers in music with their previous bands. They are all songwriters, they all love music, and they all love encouraging and inspiring people with their music

Shadow of Whales made their debut appearance at the Austin Convention Center in front of thousands of people for DellWorld; this act brought them to appear on TV only weeks later on KTBC – FOX 7 and garner praise from people like the Indie Band Guru with statements such as, “Shadow Of Whales has the tunes and the drive to make a big impact on the strong local Austin scene and beyond”

Less than a year later, SoW released their debut self-titled EP and saw an explosion of support from both their quickly growing fan base and the web. “[Shadow of Whales has] dropped one of the sassiest and catchiest records in recent memory” claims Under The Gun Review. The debut EP charted on CMJ’s top 200, was added to the regular rotation in Starbucks Coffee Shops across the U.S. and Canada, and was featured in the film “The Guards Themselves”. They’ve played their music on festival stages such as Vans Warped Tour (San Antonio), RedGorilla, Heart of Texas RockFest, and South by So What?! playing with bands like Mayday Parade, Courage My Love, Waterparks, Set It Off, Circa Survive, Cartel, and many more.

Shadow of Whales released their sophomore EP “What We Do” on August 14th, 2017, which made the NACC Top 200, preceding a mid-west regional tour. Two singles from the EP, “Runaway” and “Live It Up” saw rotation at Hollister Stores, Journeys, Burlington Coat Factory,  Starbucks Coffee Shops, Uber Offices, and more. The music video for “Runaway” was received by broadcast television channels in California, Tennessee, Illinois, New York, Texas and saw syndication in select health & fitness centers across the U.S such as Golds Gym, Planet Fitness and more. “Runaway” was also featured as the “most clicked track” on FM 104.1 in Boston, MA and was #9 on IndiMusic TV’s Top 21. “What We Do” and it’s song “Animals” were nominated for Independent Music Awards in the “Best Indie/Alt-Rock Song” and “Best Rock EP” categories in 2018 before the release of their latest single “Words.”

In 2019, “Words” was also nominated for an Best Indie/Alt. Song at the Independent Music Awards. In lieu of their third nomination, SoW was asked to perform at the Independent Music Award Ceremony in New York City at Symphony Space and Boston’s Mix 104.1 followed suit by requesting the band play for the staff at their station.

Shadow of Whales is currently working on a full-length album and continuing a string of national events as they continue to spread their message of hope and love as far as sound can reach.