The Silent Comedy

Biography

The Silent Comedy is a San Diego-based rock band, known for their folk, Rock and Roll, and Americana-inspired music. The band was founded in San Diego, California by brothers Joshua and Jeremiah Zimmerman, In September 2010, their album Common Faults won the San Diego Music Awards's 'Best Pop Album' award. Their songs "Bartholomew" and "All Saints Day" were used in 2011 TV advertisements for the video game Dark Souls. "Bartholomew" was the fifth song from their full length record, Common Faults, and was the first songwriting contribution from The Silent Comedy guitarist and harmonica player Timothy Graves. "Bartholomew" was also used in trailers and television advertisements for the "History Channel" 3-part epic miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys" premiering on May 28, 2012.