Hindsight (band)

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Also known as
  • Phlame
  • Dissonance
OriginHouston, Texas, U.S.
  • Alternative metal
  • Hard rock
  • Heavy metal
  • Rock
Years active2010–present
LabelsG4L Records Sync Licensing
Associated actsDay of Reckoning with Rusty Cooley
  • Brad Lambert
  • Jesse James
  • Lincoln LaCour
  • Andrew Jastram
Past members
  • Paul McClurg
  • Eric Jastram
  • David Hitchcock
  • Steven Rodriguez

Hindsight is an American national touring hard rock band from Houston, Texas.[1]


It was started by a group of friends (Brad, Eric, and Paul) during high school. As the members grew up so did the musical style of the band, they also started to gain traction in the local music scene. There have been a few member changes since then with the current lineup being solidified in 2013. Paul and Eric left the band around 2013 for personal reasons, then the band recruited long time friend Lincoln LaCour to take over on drums. The band posted on their page that they were looking to recruit a new bass player, Jesse auditioned and was officially named the new bass player [2] after opening up for Flyleaf in College Station, Texas at Hurricane Harry's. After this show the band was ready to start touring across the US in support of their record Momentum. [3]

Self Titled CD

Released in 2011, the band tapped Dean Dichoso to help with this record after attempting to record, mix, master themselves.[4]


Released in 2014, this record went in a much different direction than the previous record. This time the band used Dean Dichoso Productions, Inc. - Los Angeles, CA to produce, record, and mix. Mastering was done by UE Nastasi of(Sterling Sound Studios - New York, NY). The band set out on tour across the East, West, and Gulf Coast for the next 3 years to promote the record.

On January 22, 2019 local iHeartRadio station 94.5 The Buzz aired "Reasons" off the record during their broadcast. It was part of Karah's Hate it or Love it episode and aired for the following 3 weeks[5][6]

On September 2015, The Blitz on ESPN Houston aired In The Dark off the record during their segment.

On May 5th, 2019 99.5 Kiss-FM in San Antonio, TX aired In The Dark on their "Texas Traxx" segment.

On May 15th, 2019 Hindsight signed with G4L records under their sync licensing family as a Heavy Metal artist. G4L Records is an artist-centric record label and music services company located in Hollywood, CA. [7]


Projected to be released in summer 2020, the band has started releasing singles from the upcoming album.

The music video for Ashes was released in 2019 on the band's official YouTube channel.

The music video for Where We Found Hope was released on April 28th, 2020 on the band's official YouTube channel.[8] [9] [10]


Hindsight has shared the stage with: Flyleaf,Fuel, Tantric,Fair to Midland,Days of The New,Kill Devil Hill,Parabelle,Rusty Cooley,Local H,Straight Line Stitch,HED PE,Smile Empty Soul,Sunflower Dead,Almost Kings,Framing Hanley,Starset,Saving Abel,Drowning Pool,Devil You Know,Gemini Syndrome,Orgy,P.O.D.,War of Ages,Super Bob,Art of Dying,Letters From The Fire, Children 18:3,Everclear,Saliva,Mushroomhead,Stabbing Westward,Crobot,Sevendust,Bobaflex,Plain White T's[11]


  • Self Titled (2011)
  • Momentum (2014)
  • Catalyst (2020)

Musical style, influences, and lyrical themes

Musical style

Hindsight has been described as a heavy metal band with certain songs being more in the rock or hard rock genre.


Hindsight is influenced by Shinedown, Sevendust,Killswitch Engage,and Breaking Benjamin to name a few bands. They pull from 90s to modern metal acts to create their own sound.

Band members

Current Line-up
  • Brad Lambert – vocals and guitars
  • Andrew Jastram – rhythm guitar
  • Jesse James – bass
  • Lincoln LaCour – drums
Past members
  • Eric Jastram - bass
  • Paul McClurg - drums
  • David Hitchcock - bass
  • Steven Rodriguez - drums

Awards and nominations

2011 - Houston Press Music Awards - Hindsight nominated BEST METAL band[12]

2012 - Houston Press Music Awards - Hindsight nominated BEST MODERN ROCK band[13]

2014 - 94.5 The Buzz Texas Buzz Awards - Hindsight nominated BEST METAL band

In the media



  1. "Catch Hindsight on tour…". June 6, 2018.
  2. "HINDSIGHT Premieres Official Music Video for "Where We Found Hope"". April 28, 2020.
  3. "MUSIC: Rockers Hindsight building momentum this year". Hill Country News.
  4. "Hind§ight by Hindsight" – via music.apple.com.
  5. "VOTE: Do You Hate It, Episode 100 | 94.5 The Buzz | Karah Leigh". 94.5 The Buzz.
  6. "VOTE: Do You Hate It, Episode 104 | 94.5 The Buzz | Karah Leigh". 94.5 The Buzz.
  7. "Sync Licensing". G4L Records.
  8. "Hindsight release "Where We found Hope" music video | NextMosh: Rock and Metal News".
  9. "HINDSIGHT Releases Official Music Video for "Where We Found Hope"".
  10. Magazine, I'm Music. "HINDSIGHT Premiere Official Music Video For "Where We Found Hope"". I'm Music Magazine.
  11. Desk, TV News. "HINDSIGHT Announces 2018 Sonic Afterglow Summer Tour". BroadwayWorld.com.
  12. Press, Houston (October 18, 2011). "The 2011 Houston Press Music Award Nominees". Houston Press.
  13. Houston Press Music Awards

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