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If Tomorrow Ever Comes

A four piece St. Louis Pop-Punk band formed in 2010 with Jordan Hageman on Lead Vocals/Guitar, Steven Sacks on Vocals/Bass, Sam Reynolds on Guitar/Background Vocals, and Eli Dozier on Drums and Percussion. The band took a lot of influence from Pop-Punk acts such as early Brand New, Blink-182, Say Anything, Saves the Day, Boxcar Racer, Taking Back Sunday, and My Chemical Romance as well as the Alt & Indie influences from later Brand New, Manchester Orchestra, and Kevin Devine also taking influence from Emo acts such as Dashboard Confessional. The gained a huge amount of popularity and had ...read more

A four piece St. Louis Pop-Punk band formed in 2010 with Jordan Hageman on Lead Vocals/Guitar, Steven Sacks on Vocals/Bass, Sam Reynolds on Guitar/Background Vocals, and Eli Dozier on Drums and Percussion. The band took a lot of influence from Pop-Punk acts such as early Brand New, Blink-182, Say Anything, Saves the Day, Boxcar Racer, Taking Back Sunday, and My Chemical Romance as well as the Alt & Indie influences from later Brand New, Manchester Orchestra, and Kevin Devine also taking influence from Emo acts such as Dashboard Confessional. The gained a huge amount of popularity and had a cult following in St. Louis and the surrounding St. Louis area (Fenton, Kirkwood, Webster Groves, etc.) The band recorded out of their bassist Steven's basement where their friend, Zach Blumm, and the band themselves ran their own in. home label; Half-Happy Records. Through this time leading up to their first show they recorded and released a bunch of demos and acoustic versions of their songs. The band played their first show at The Firebird originally in the opening slot for time&time but ended up outselling all the other opening bands and the headlining act ultimately selling out the venue and becoming the headlining band. The show was recorded and released as a live album which was traded around and made its way to areas in Illinois and Cape Girardeau. Unfortunately, the band crumbled later that year at the peak of their popularity and creative process. The band broke up on April 1st 2011; the worst non-joke April Fools event. The band had to cancel their show at the Old Rock House and the album which they had began recording was scrapped and presumably lost or still on Half-Happy Records' producer Zach Blumm's board. There have been talks and rumors of a reunion for some shows and a EP but nothing has been definitely confirmed. « hide

Similar Bands: Brand New, Blink-182, Dashboard Confessional, Say Anything, All Nite Diner

Live Albums
Live At the Firebird
2011

5
1 Votes
Compilations
Demos (Recorded September-November)
2010

5
1 Votes

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