top of page
Video Comp
Play Video





  • Instagram - Black Circle
  • Spotify - Black Circle
  • Apple Music - Black Circle
  • YouTube - Black Circle
  • SoundCloud
  • Facebook - Black Circle

The 5:55 (pronounced THE-FIVE-FIFTY-FIVE) was born out of the dark basements of fraternity houses along the I81 corridor. A lack of local music venues meant fraternity and sorority parties were the ideal space for the band to perform. They quickly realized this was a blessing in disguise. One party later, The 5:55 was booked for nearby college shows nearly every weekend. After that first year, word poured out faster than cheap beers at happy hour, and soon the band was playing colleges from Pennsylvania all the way to Alabama. 


After realizing that the real world sucks, the band agreed to continue this wild ride, and moved back to their hometown near Washington D.C. They captured the high energy from their live performances and their love for catchy choruses, and got in the studio with Producer Austin Bello (Forever The Sickest Kids) to record their debut EP, "The Five Fifty Five".

bottom of page