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Division Day is Rohner Segnitz (vocals, keyboards), Ryan Wilson (guitar), Seb Bailey (bass, guitar, vocals), and Kevin Lenhart (drums).

It wasn’t all that long ago when the four guys in Division Day were sitting in a bar trying to figure out their next step as a band—or if they were going to remain a band at all. They had toured the country, played all of the right musical festivals and were even name-dropped on the new version of “90210.” But they had also split with their label Eenie Meenie Records, and after nearly a decade in the game, were lacking momentum.

Also, even though the dreamy pop of 2006’s Beartrap Island was praised for its dense harmonies and sultry simplicity, the guys felt the disc’s varied song styles didn’t represent where they were musically anymore.

“That period was disheartening. I think a lot of bands would have called it a day. But we were determined,” says guitarist Ryan Wilson, who along with Rohner Segnitz (keyboards/vocals), Kevin Lenhart (drums) and Seb Bailey (bass/vocals), make up the Los Angeles band (some members have known each other since childhood).

“On the last record we tried to appease everyone—to mixed results. For this record, we decided to find one thing we all agreed on and push in that direction as hard as we could,” adds Lenhart. “We needed to sound like us, and boldly so.”

The guys took a year to narrow their musical lens, explore new ways of recording, and hone in on a directive and focus that they could all get excited about. Or as Segnitz puts it, “do that Division Day thing


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  • ShoesMcCoat

    One of them members had a solo/side project (I think?) with a track called "Birdsong" anyone know the name of the artist? Want more of that stuff!

    9 Feb 2013 Reply
  • innerenergy

    Beartrap Island is awesome... not digging Visitation tho

    9 Dec 2011 Reply
  • MJ13MJ

    so underrated

    6 Jan 2011 Reply
  • codykniffen

    Come back to the mid-west and play St. Louis (finally) PLEASE! Here are some small to mid-sized venues that would make a good temporary home for you. The Old Rock House - The Firebird - Off Broadway -

    19 Mar 2010 Reply
  • tehchizzle

    "My Prisoner" is amazing.

    22 Nov 2009 Reply
  • sillykitten

    Yalls were awesome in NYC the other night. Would love to hear a live recording of Littleblood, totally blew me away.

    21 Sep 2009 Reply
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    9 Sep 2009 Reply
  • WhiteEvil

    афигенная группа.. =)

    7 Sep 2009 Reply
  • whoa_is_me

    Visitation is Amazing!

    23 Aug 2009 Reply
  • perky_pat_x

    Finally, Visitation is here. What an amazing album! Great elegant mood swings... love it! Amsterdam.

    20 Aug 2009 Reply
  • tylerstravis

    Visitation sounds great!

    12 Aug 2009 Reply
  • FickleDickory

    Their name is 'Division Day,' but nowhere is Elliot Smith mentioned. Come on, guys.

    26 Jul 2009 Reply
  • shelikestonap

    Their 4-Song EP is one of my favorite, ever. Acres? Epic.

    22 Apr 2009 Reply
  • PandaGetSad

    This sound is GREAT

    7 Mar 2009 Reply
  • SlackRock

    Try Ultimate album store. Fuck iTunes.

    17 Sep 2008 Reply
  • katarokkar

    "I can't find the original stuff anywhere. I'm wondering if that means something." you're horrible at internet shopping?

    17 Aug 2008 Reply
  • mixfused

    really do need to get Beartrap Island sometime, forgot how great the EP was!

    30 Apr 2008 Reply
  • Aero19

    They do amazing covers, but I can't find the original stuff anywhere. I'm wondering if that means something.

    7 Apr 2008 Reply
  • dmattsaunders

    don't know anything about this band's original songs, but their cover of more than this by roxy music totally stopped me in my tracks. now i'll listen to their originals. ^^

    21 Mar 2008 Reply
  • grithic

    I saw them back in 04 open for Dredg in Hollywood and I've been in love ever since, even though all they had released was their little 4-track EP

    25 Feb 2008 Reply
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