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The Invalids

The Invalids

The Invalids


Coming out of the early days of Northern CA’s 924 Gilman-fueled punk rock renaissance, The Invalids formed in the spring of 1993. Original members were Scott (guitar/vocals), Sean (drums), and Tony (bass), three teenagers from Santa Rosa, CA, an hour north of San Francisco. Teaching themselves how to play their instruments in their parents’ living rooms and garages, The Invalids used lawnmowers for mic stands and buckets and lawn chairs for drums, before graduating to substandard ‘real’ equipment and taking their show on the road. Read more on Last.fm
Coming out of the early days of Northern CA’s 924 Gilman-fueled punk rock renaissance, The Invalids formed in the spring of 1993. Original members were Scott (guitar/vocals), Sean (drums), and Tony (bass), three teenagers from Santa Rosa, CA, an hour north of San Francisco. Teaching themselves how to play their instruments in their parents’ living rooms and garages, The Invalids used lawnmowers for mic stands and buckets and lawn chairs for drums, before graduating to substandard ‘real’ equipment and taking their show on the road. From 1993 to 1997, the Invalids played countless gigs in and around their hometown (sharing the stage with the likes of AFI, The Bouncing Souls, Jawbreaker, and Fifteen), released three 7” EPs (on Lookout, Second Guess, and Wedge Records), a full length CD (on Second Guess Records, re-released in 2007 by Insubordination Records) and toured parts of the continental United States and Hawaii.

In 1997, the move from adolescence to adulthood damped the band’s enthusiasm for their decidedly juvenile form of pop-punk, and the members moved on to different projects, musically and otherwise, until, thirteen years later,The Invalids were asked to play a 1990’s themed reunion show at The Phoenix Theater in Petaluma, CA. Adding Casey Crenshaw (from Masturbation and American Heartbreak) and Joe Cable (from Space Case and Fifteen) into the mix on guitars, the band had a blast, deciding afterwards to take on the challenge of fusing their past with their present in a new incarnation. With Slim Hoffman (of Cropduster) now on bass, the band got back together, immediately starting work on a new full-length record, ‘Still Sick.’ Paying homage to their pop-punk roots, while throwing in an additional layer of rock and roll attitude, ‘Still Sick’ offers thirteen new punk rock tracks marked by The Invalids’ usual brand of immature irreverence, but with the perspective of being ‘around the block’ a few times added in for good measure, proving that earnest knuckleheadedness is indeed...4 LIFE. Read more on Last.fm.

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