Thought Police was born within the acoustically-friendly freshman dormrooms back in January of '12 by Jake Perlmutter and Andrew Kilman after they met seeing John Legend and realizing they had a class together. Andrew and Jake were lonely musicians who wanted to express themselves and it turns out their voices blend kind of well. Sam Carey, one of the most famous bassists of the 21st Century, decided to forgo a solo career and join Jake and Andrew after realizing he loved Dispatch almost as much as they did. Recently, Ryan Sindelar, a notorious ladies' man, agreed to play drums for the trio after his audition for John Mayer's band went poorly. Steve Jordan did give him daps though, although Ryan is a skinny white boy. On a serious note, Thought Police combines sweet Crosby, Stills, & Nash-like harmonies with killer riffs a la Tame Impala, Led Zeppelin, John Mayer, Dispatch, Dawes, and Red Hot Chili Peppers influence: it is always a great show to watch. Thought Police has played at Jack Wills in Martha's Vineyard, 7th Street at Bucknell, Uptown Night Club. They will be debuting new smash hits over the sound of screaming fans -- stay tuned for tour dates!
Andrew Kilman (‘15) vocals, guitar
Jake Perlmutter ('15) vocals, guitar
Sam Carey ('15) vocals, bass
Ryan Sindelar ('15) drums