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The Devil Is Electric

The Devil Is Electric

The Devil Is Electric


The Devil Is Electric were a DIY political pop-punk band from Bloomington, Indiana, and were formed when Operation: Cliff Clavin, the former pop-punk band of Chris Clavin and Hannah Jones broke up, following the release of their EP Last Words. In 2000, The Devil Is Electric released a 6-song self-titled 7" on Plan-It-X Records. In 2003, a split release with label-mates This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb was released on Risk Records, a 7" entitled "We Do Our Dishes". Read more on Last.fm
The Devil Is Electric were a DIY political pop-punk band from Bloomington, Indiana, and were formed when Operation: Cliff Clavin, the former pop-punk band of Chris Clavin and Hannah Jones broke up, following the release of their EP Last Words. In 2000, The Devil Is Electric released a 6-song self-titled 7" on Plan-It-X Records. In 2003, a split release with label-mates This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb was released on Risk Records, a 7" entitled "We Do Our Dishes". They released one full-length, entitled "I've Never Trusted A Revolutionary Who Was Afraid To Dance", and later added their entire discography to the disc and added "...And A Bunch Of Other Stuff" to the title. This cd is available for $5 post-paid from Plan-It-X records and also contains the Disarm 7", a short lived band created by Chris and Hannah in the same vein as Operation: Cliff Clavin. The Devil Is Electric broke up in 2003 when Grant left the band.

While looking for a drummer, Chris and Hannah continued to play in their folk-band, Ghost Mice. From the CD booklet liner notes: "The Devil Is Electric is not a band anymore. We started in 2000 and ended in 2003 when Grant decided to leave the band. Hannah and I were already playing as Ghost Mice and we just kept doing it while looking for a new drummer. After a while, we decided it just would not be The Devil is Electric without Grant, so this CD is our official "we quit".

We quit the band, but not punk rock." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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