- 1. Probably Not 01 Stating The Obvious 4.54 22 plays
- 2. Probably Not 02 I Wanna Ride In a Car 6.36 63 plays
- 3. Probably Not 03 Awaiting In the Melting Tray 6.15 31 plays
- 4. Probably Not 04 I Must Be Depressed 2.58 37 plays
- 5. Probably Not 05 I'm In Hell 5.56 43 plays
- 6. Probably Not 06 Soft Spoken Silence 6.46 43 plays
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We started out playing in our parents basements in upstate NY, sneaking beers into coffee shops whenever we had a show. Cormac joined the band when he was 15 and was years younger than everyone else and Jesse, the drummer, had only been playing for 6 months. We sucked for a while but we played all the time and once we did get better people would let us know ("Hey, you guys sounded good. Nothing got broken and you can actually play your instruments."). But after the tumult of our families relocating to different parts of the country, we were in jeopardy of calling it quits. But a friend bought a house and we ended up in Pittsurgh. No complaints, I like Pittsburgh. We're still playing in a basement but we don't have to sneak beer anywhere and we don't suck so much.
Jesse Price drums
Jason Price gtr vox
Cormac Gartland gtr vox key
George Spafford bass
Probably Not, our six-song debut EP was released 9/10 (availible here and on bandcamp for free download. Don't say we don't love you).
Awaiting the release of our first LP, Eight Shades Of Beige, which should be released some time around Spring/Summer 2012
"Cormac Gartland possesses hearts-on-a-sleeve-with-tinges-of-Elliot-Smith musings and timbre, while Jason Price rests in the ironic dichotomy of a painfully aware and detached yet down-to-Earth Lou Barlow."