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The Swellers

Since their debut EP, Beginning of the End Again, The Swellers have established themselves both as a group of talented musicians and songwriters, but also alean mean touring machine. Now with over 4 national and international tours already in the history books since the release of their debut as well as an unlikelysuccess story in Japan, the band is just getting started. With the release of My Everest on June 5th, 2007, The Swellers continue the process of bringinghigh-energy punk rock to all corners of the U.S. and the world.

Originally raised up in the Flint scene locat ...read more

Since their debut EP, Beginning of the End Again, The Swellers have established themselves both as a group of talented musicians and songwriters, but also alean mean touring machine. Now with over 4 national and international tours already in the history books since the release of their debut as well as an unlikelysuccess story in Japan, the band is just getting started. With the release of My Everest on June 5th, 2007, The Swellers continue the process of bringinghigh-energy punk rock to all corners of the U.S. and the world.

Originally raised up in the Flint scene located in one of the more depressed areas of Michigan, their new breed of melodic and driving punk rockincorporates pop sensibility, making listeners pump their fist, and belt the words to every hook. It is refreshingly honest and talented music. Thecraftsmanship in song writing distinguishes The Swellers from the average punk rock crew. Two years after their national debut, The Swellers unveil their first full length effort. As a more diverse and introspective collective of songs, My Everestrepresents a natural evolution in their own unique sound with influences ranging from A Wilhelm Scream to Weezer. Discovering that there is more to punkrock than high speed tempos, My Everest seeks to explore all musical boundaries. This record is equally hopeful as it is pessimistic. « hide

Similar Bands: No Use For a Name, No Trigger, A Wilhelm Scream, Fireworks, The Wonder Years

LPs
The Light Under Closed Doors
10/29/2013

3.9
44 Votes
Good For Me
2011

3.8
147 Votes
Ups and Downsizing
2009

4
141 Votes
My Everest
2007

3.9
71 Votes
End of Discussion
2004

2.6
15 Votes
EPs
Running Out of Places to Go
10/16/2012

4
26 Votes
Vehicle City Blues
06/02/2012

3.4
18 Votes
Beginning Of The End Again
2005

3.8
26 Votes
Compilations
B-sides and Rarities
2014

2.8
3 Votes

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