| Alternative rock|
Reasons for Voyaging
| Christchurch, New Zealand (2005)|
Ben Campbell, Sean Cunningham, Andy Lynch, Beth Campbell, Joe McCallum
Zed, Bruce Lynch, The Feelers, Formație, Atlas Genius
Atlas were a New Zealand rock band which was formed in 2005 and disbanded in late 2008.
In April 2005, in Hollywood, California, producer Hank Linderman (The Beach Boys, Eagles) introduced New Zealand rocker Ben Campbell (a former member of the band Zed) and his sister Beth Campbell (a backing vocalist for the band Chicago), to 19-year-old American solo artist Sean Cunningham. Together with Joe McCallum, the group decided to form the band Atlas.
Located in Auckland, New Zealand, Atlas released their second single "Crawl" in March, 2007, and on 5 March, "Crawl" debuted at #9 before moving up to claim the top spot of the Official New Zealand Music Chart the next week, where it stayed for a total of seven weeks. Their next single was "Magic 8".
Atlas released their debut album Reasons for Voyaging on 19 November 2007, entering the Official New Zealand Music Chart the following week at #4, which was its peak position.
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