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Desiderata

Desiderata

Desiderata


There's more than one artist with that name: [1] Formed in the summer of '03, the boys met at a show in Fort McMurray Alberta. Jerome and Blair had been in previous bands together and Laine was new to the whole ordeal. The boys instantly started writing the first day of their first practice. In May of '06 they set out to Vancouver to record their full length album "We Are Not Convinced There Has Been Any Improvement" with producer Jesse Gander at the Hive studios (Hot hot heat Read more on Last.fm
There's more than one artist with that name: [1] Formed in the summer of '03, the boys met at a show in Fort McMurray Alberta. Jerome and Blair had been in previous bands together and Laine was new to the whole ordeal. The boys instantly started writing the first day of their first practice. In May of '06 they set out to Vancouver to record their full length album "We Are Not Convinced There Has Been Any Improvement" with producer Jesse Gander at the Hive studios (Hot hot heat, Red light sting, lady hawk, black mountain, Pretty girls make graves and etc.).

In the fall of '06 the boys relocated to the city of Edmonton and signed on with a new record label 'Champion City Records'. In early '07 Desiderata released their record that debuted at 17 on the earshot charts in Canada. They have done several Canadian tours and have played with acts such as: Monotonix, You Say Party! We Say Die!, They Shoot Horses Don't They?, Miracle Fortress, Shapes & Sizes, Think About Life and many others. Desiderata has also played a few festivals with acts such as: The Bronx, Andrew WK, Nardwar, Anvil and These Arms Are Snakes,.

There are plans of another full North American tour in the spring with the release of their sophomore album "Alcohawk". -taken from sonicbids [2] Desiderata was a post-hardcore band from Washington DC. They released a 3-song self-titled EP in 1991. Read more on Last.fm.

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