Named after the geometrical term for a non-orientable surface that cannot be embedded in a plane, the Mobius Band's music is similarly hard to place, lying somewhere between bittersweet indie rock, electronic pop, and alt-country leanings. The band, which features Peter Sax, Noam Schatz, and Ben Sterling, spent its early years in Shutesberry, MA, and self-released two EPs, Two and Three, in 2002. Ghostly International signed the Mobius Band and the group worked with producer Peter Katis in New York on new material. Early in 2005, the aptly named City vs Country EP found the group moving in a more poppy, streamlined direction, a trend continued by that year's full-length debut, The Loving Sounds of Static, as well as 2007's Heaven, released on Misra. ~ Heather PharesPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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