Quantum Split Top Four After Battling Over 900 Bands

BROOKLYN, NY- Quantum Split competed against over 900 bands this evening – placing in the top four – during the final round for the Afropunk Battle of the Bands, in Brooklyn. As part of their performance the band debuted their newly written song “Father.” Their performance also included cover song “America”– which was created in dedication to our country; the song took the crowd by storm- as several hundred audience members chanted “Quantum Split” over and over – while waving American flags in the air.
Quantum Split recently formed and is composed of three members. The youngest member, Lead singer Soleil Laurent is only 19 and has grown up surrounded by musicians – including her father. In addition to singing she plays the guitar. Laurent is currently attending the Berklee School of Music in Boston. Lead Guitarist Jonathon Karp – AKA- Johnny Split – began playing the piano as a child and developed a passion for the guitar at a young age. He has been playing the guitar for over a decade. Lead Drummer Anthony Anderson began playing the drums at nine years old, when his father got him his first drum kit. Anderson is self-taught and uses his father as an inspiration. His father passed away when Anderson was only 10 years old.
Quantum Split is currently available for interviews and media appearances. For media inquiries, sponsorship info or bookings, contact, Monica Jimenez Susoreny at monica@jumpstartpr.net or 219.455.1744.