Stone Nobles formed at the University of Rhode Island in January of 2019. Its original members include Ross Reign (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Brody Silver (Now drums, formerly lead guitar, vocals), and Davy Charr (bass). After passing through several temporary percussionists, October 2019 found the talented multi-instrumentalist, Brody Silver, stepping up to man the drums. In September of 2020, the Nobles gained lead guitarist and vocalist, Lancer Steele, who had performed with Silver in their previous band, Blynd Rooster. Solidified as a four-piece, this current Stone Nobles line-up has made a vow to the gods of rock'n'roll that wherever they may roam, heads will bang and asses will shake.
Defined by catchy, hard-hitting riffs, along with Reign's wailing vocals, it’s evident that Stone Nobles have taken tremendous influence from the great musical era of the 1970’s. Aside from their cover of The Neighborhoods’ Pure and Easy (July 2020), the Nobles have released three original songs over the course of their inaugural year. The group's greatest success to date is their second single, Child of the Night (March 2019), which has amassed over 265 thousand streams on Spotify. Sandwiched between their initial release, Magnetic Woman (September 2019), and Steele's debut in Plaything (December 2020), Child has received its most recent attention in the form of a live music video, released by the quartet on Christmas of 2020.
The Nobles released a grimy new demo, Zombie Lullaby, on July 23, 2021. This track marks the building blocks of their first full length EP, due to release in the Fall of 2022.
Stone Nobles music can be found on all major streaming platforms. Pre-save their new EP, The Rider, now.