Tides Of Man blends classical, romantic composition with driving rock and roll, using heavy drums, intricate guitar work and unique butter-melting vocals.
"When people ask me what my new favorite band is .. I have to say Tides of Man. Their album, Empire Theory is simply stunning! This band is a breath of fresh air ...from the first lyrics you know Tillian Pearson in singing about inmost emotions and lost loves that make you almost feel better that you dont feel the same way. Dynamic vocals...and I mean the full spectrum of sounds that come out of this front man from screams to the shockingly high pitched almost girly lullabies that get you from the start are driven home by a truly original sound with melodic guitar hooks provided by Spencer Gill and Adam Sene. Fully inspirational bass melodies from Alan Jaye then throw in a dash of high energy driving drum skills and slow intricate off beats from Josh Gould and you've got an epic sound that makes you want to hear these songs a thousand times.. Although they have a completely mature sound, this is their first album so it gives me chills to think of what they have in store for us in the many years they have ahead of them.."
"Tides of Man's outrageous sound overtook me one night standing outside of a venue they were playing when I was without my ID. When I heard the first song from outside and my mouth dropped open. I went around backstage and got as close as I could to the back door and listened to the entire set. They were completely amazing! Their new album, Empire Theory is one of those CDs you blast in your car and the people that pull up beside you keep asking who it is."
“The introduction of a band like this into central Florida’s music scene is a large part of the reason we do what we do. It’s exciting when acts with talent, vision, and ambition are presented to us. The Tampa scene desperately needs bands of this caliber to thrive if the respect and stability we hope for are to follow.”
- James Ferreira, REAX Issue 24