After several years of performing roots rock around NYC, Caleb Caming decided to cultivate a more modern and aggressive sound, and towards that end the band's rhythm section was reconfigured: bassist Devlin McDermott and drummer Bryan Framhein were asked to join Caleb Caming & The Heat. The band then posted a few demos of their new sound online and very soon was fielding unsolicited requests to perform at various venues. After just a few months of playing together they were selected to perform at Tarrytown Music Hall's Rock The Hall, a showcase for noteworthy up-and-coming bands.
Their soon to be released debut EP Trashy has already been played internationally on both terrestrial and satellite radio. Songs from the EP have recently been played by the legendary DJ Rodney Bingenheimer on his show Rodney on the Rock on SiriusXM and by trailblazing Genya Ravan on her SiriusXM show Goldie's Underground Garage, in which she features the best unsigned bands. The band has been listed among the top 50 indie rock bands in New York State by The Deli Magazine.
"With an eclectic mix of catchy songs, driving guitars and engaging lyrics, Caleb Caming & The Heat is an exciting new band that is poised to break out onto the rock scene in a big way."