Formed in 2005 around the talents of guitarist Eric McNeely and drummer Kevin Schwarz, Florida-based punk-pop outfit Fallbrooke released a flurry of EPs before releasing the full-length 26 Seconds independently in March 2007. The group went through some personnel changes following the record release's accompanying tour, most notably in the additions of bass player Augusto Vega and guitarist Chris Gustin. Later that year the band was contacted by RMR Music Group founder Paul Palmer, who flew the newly minted quartet to Los Angeles and ultimately signed the group to a recording deal, resulting in the release of 2009's eponymous Fallbrooke. ~ James Christopher MongerPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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