The buzz surrounding Ultra High Frequency is getting loud. Interscope act Brand New recently hand-picked the New York-based rock band to fill the opening slot on several of its U.S. tour dates.

The buzz surrounding Ultra High Frequency is getting loud. Interscope act Brand New recently hand-picked the New York-based rock band to fill the opening slot on several of its U.S. tour dates. To coincide with the June trek, Ultra High Frequency (not to be confused with Portland, Ore.-based UHF) released its second album, "Matter in Time," which was produced by Barrett Jones (Foo Fighters, Nirvana).

While in Norfolk, Va., the band put several albums on consignment at indie retailer Relative Theory Records, which immediately sold out after the Brand New gig. "We have sold out of their disc twice now," store manager Joshua Wright says.

The band has been featured on nationally syndicated TV show "Fearless Music," and snippets of the act's songs have been used on several MTV shows, including "The Real World" and "Next." All this exposure has led to some interest from major and indie labels, but the band hasn't found the right fit yet.

"I'm not gonna put on a suit and makeup," lead singer Frank Fussa says. "F*ck that. It's about the music."