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The Ready Aim Fire!

A synth-driven indie rock band from southern California.

Since Dave Trautz founded the band five years ago, The Ready Aim Fire!’s mix of catchy, keyboard-heavy, driving indie pop and well crafted lyrics have garnered them loyal fans and shows with the likes of Metro Station, PlayRadioPlay!, The Maine, John Nolan, and Farewell Continental (Justin from Motion City Soundtrack) to name a few.

Whether at hometown shows in their native Southern California or on tour, The Ready Aim Fire! brings a live show that engages the crowd with their blend of indie rock drawin ...read more

A synth-driven indie rock band from southern California.

Since Dave Trautz founded the band five years ago, The Ready Aim Fire!’s mix of catchy, keyboard-heavy, driving indie pop and well crafted lyrics have garnered them loyal fans and shows with the likes of Metro Station, PlayRadioPlay!, The Maine, John Nolan, and Farewell Continental (Justin from Motion City Soundtrack) to name a few.

Whether at hometown shows in their native Southern California or on tour, The Ready Aim Fire! brings a live show that engages the crowd with their blend of indie rock drawing influences from a wide array of bands from Metric, Minus the Bear, Death Cab for Cutie to Bright Eyes and Passion Pit, gaining them new fans each time they play.

The Ready Aim Fire! has previously toured behind a full length album and an EP and just released their new EP, “Atheist Grief,” which is getting attention on music blogs and college radio and in the press, resulting in two sold out CD release shows. Look for The Ready Aim Fire! to continue their momentum in 2012. « hide

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