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The Getaway Plan

The Getaway Plan are an Australian Alternative rock band. Since forming in November 2004, they have toured nationally with Taking Back Sunday and The Used and supported a number of other bands, including Unwritten Law, Alkaline Trio, Eighteen Visions, Silverstein, Strike Anywhere, Anberlin, Bodyjar, Antiskeptic, I Killed The Prom Queen, Millencolin, Kisschasy and My Chemical Romance. The group combines pop melodies and 'screamo' rock in a blend described as "a case of Thrice meets Jeff Buckley meets Underoath". In 2006, the band signed with Boomtown Records and released an EP, Hold ...read more

The Getaway Plan are an Australian Alternative rock band. Since forming in November 2004, they have toured nationally with Taking Back Sunday and The Used and supported a number of other bands, including Unwritten Law, Alkaline Trio, Eighteen Visions, Silverstein, Strike Anywhere, Anberlin, Bodyjar, Antiskeptic, I Killed The Prom Queen, Millencolin, Kisschasy and My Chemical Romance. The group combines pop melodies and 'screamo' rock in a blend described as "a case of Thrice meets Jeff Buckley meets Underoath". In 2006, the band signed with Boomtown Records and released an EP, Hold Conversation. Tracks from the EP have received airplay on Australian national youth radio station Triple J, including medium rotation for the track "If The Suspense Doesn't Kill Us, Something Else Will..." The band traveled to Florida to record their debut album titled 'Other Voices, Other Rooms'. The first single 'Streetlight' surfaced on November 3, 2007. 'Other Voices, Other Rooms' debuted at #14 on the National ARIA Charts, #3 on the Australian ARIA Charts and #1 on the AIR Charts (Both 100% Indie and 100% Label Charts) « hide

Similar Bands: The Used, Silverstein, Hands Like Houses, Saosin, The Hot Lies

LPs
Dark Horses
2015

3.7
22 Votes
Requiem
2011

3.6
35 Votes
Other Voices, Other Rooms
2008

3.5
60 Votes
Hold Conversations: special edition
2006

3.4
24 Votes
Compilations
2004-2009
2009

3
1 Votes

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