Audible Crayons has opened for such vaunted musical acts as Green Jelly and David J. Haskins (of Bauhaus and Love & Rockets fame). Does the band sound like those groups? Well, no, not really. The diverse nature of these sounds shows what kind of a social butterfly the band can be. Their first album, “The Works of Said Crayons”, laid the groundwork for Audible Crayons’ plan to not adhere to the same musical style for as long as they can remain active. A self-funded tour across the U.S. forced them out of their comfort zone enough to ingest some new experience. Now they forge their way toward the future and a whole new body of work.