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Taking Back Sunday are an alternative rock band originally formed in Long Island, New York in 1999. The band has gone through several lineup changes. Their first release came in 2001 with the Taking Back Sunday EP, and featured Antonio Longo on vocals, John Nolan on guitar and backing vocals, Eddie Reyes on guitar (the original founder of the band), Jesse Lacey, Adam Lazzara and Mark O'Connell replaced Stevie D) they released the follow-up album Tell All Your Friends, which was produced by Sal Villaneuva. The album gave the band a first taste of success in the scene. After the release, they played with bands such as Brand New (formed by former bassist Jesse Lacey) and The Used, as well as performing as a short stint on the 2003 Vans Warp...
We started our band when we were in high school and called ourselves YOU ATE MY DOG. Seven years later we have toured all throughout Europe, had our songs played on major radio and tv stations, played festivals like Groezrock and Pier Pressure and shared stage with so many amazing bands.
This is the new chapter of our lives. We are LIKE TORCHES.
We spent the month of May 2012 in Hollywood, California where we recorded our new album with Ryan Key and Ryan Mendez from Yellowcard. We're incredibly proud of the album and can't wait to share it with the world! Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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Eric Molumby, Andreas Westhagen, John Stark and Jethro Fox formed Carnival Kids in the autumn of 2010. Bewildering, brassy and ungoverned, these four boys who all met in Liverpool, are to be watched closely.
There is no permanence in their music; there are no regulations in their style, Carnival Kids hold to no boundaries. If only you would give them a listen. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.