VerseCity (Alt-Pop) officially became a full band in January of 2009. Since the boys have played hundreds of shows and festivals including sharing the stage w/ National Acts like MKTO, Gym Class Heroes, Lifehouse, Boys Like Girls, Cobra Starship, Cher Lloyd, MuteMath, DMX, Slim Thug and many more.
VerseCity released their 1st album "Epic Sunrise" in March of 2009 but it wasn’t until July of '09 when VerseCity entered Hard Rock Café’s world-wide Battle of the Bands Competition that they realized they had something special. VerseCity fought through several rounds before coming in 2nd place out of 250+ bands world-Wide.
A year and many shows later (April 2011) the band released a rock cover of Ke$ha’s “Tik Tok” calling it “Tik Tok Rok”. Though it started out as a joke “Tik Tok Rok” took form and quickly spread around the world reaching as high as #3 on the radio charts in Indonesia. The boys followed that up w/ the release of their 2nd album "Hybrid" in 2012, and single "Pressure!" immediately jumped to #2 on the radio charts in Indonesia. This drew a lot of attention to the band but unfortunately for them and the quickly growing fan base they ended signing a record deal they would later regret. This record label changed the band's name and style of music. After trying it out for a year and being disappointed (May 2013) the band was able to get out of the record deal and go back to being the band the fans knew and loved, VerseCity. After starting over, VerseCity quickly scored a spot on Vans Warped Tour (Aug 2013) and wrote several new songs including newly released "Movin Up" & "Broken Bottle" which have both gotten Radio play. VerseCity consist of five young & hard-working musicians who are passionate on stage but don't take things to serious.
"It's all about who you know and who really knows you"