Victoria, British Columbia, five-piece Jets Overhead originally formed as a quartet under the name the Special Guests in 1995. As the Special Guests, the group released an EP and a full-length for Canadian indie Attic Records, but the label went into bankruptcy just after the release of the bandâ€™s debut full-length in 2000. By 2001, the Special Guests had split and in 2002, members Adam Kittredge, Jocelyn Greenwood, and Piers Henwood again teamed up, and with new recruits Antonia Freybe-Smith and Luke Renshaw formed as Jets Overhead. Jets Overheadâ€™s self-titled debut arrived in 2003 and the band toured internationally with the likes of Tegan and Sara and the Dears. They followed with Bridges in 2006 and No Nations in 2009. ~ Gregory McIntoshPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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