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Synderes

Synderes Mormon Teen BandSynderes is an Orlando-based based teen band comprised of four members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Amanda Hernandez the youngest member of the group is the lead vocalist. The other members of the group are:Anthony Hernandez on lead guitar, Jasper Chong on rhythm guitar, Pierson Lowe on the bass, and Alec Lowe on the drums. Having a common interest in music, the members became friends in 2011, and by June 2012, the new sensation known as Synderes was created.

The members of the band attribute their faith in God as the main source that helps them to keep their priorities in order while focusing on performing good music which they hope will help to strengthen others. In a Deseret News article dated 20 March 2014, Amanda commented:

We hope to touch people’s hearts with our music and to help them grow to become stronger and to lead better lives. We want to inspire people to become stronger and to live better lives, and so we put our heart into it and that’s just kind of what keeps us going.

The group has been able to expand their horizons as they have been given other opportunities to perform outside of local Church functions to include music festivals in Mexico, Venezuela and Puerto Rico. The band members say that they draw their musical influence from such bands as Evanescence, Flyleaf, Imagine Dragons and Muse.

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