There are at least 4 bands known as Bears: 1. An indie pop band from Cleveland, Ohio. The band consists of Craig Ramsey (drums, vocals, keys, bells, tambourine, guitar, bass) and Charlie McArthur (guitar, vocals, bass, bells).
Headlights were an indie rock band from Champaign, IL, formed in 2004-2010. The band was formed following the dissolution of Absinthe Blind, when members Erin Fein, Seth Fein and Brett Sanderson formed a band named Orphan (not Orphans, as it is commonly misspelled).
Sharing these creations with everyone and everything from here to there. Going only where the sun and the road leads us. Love is in the air and we're all taking deep breaths, letting it in and spreading it around. With unstoppable smiles and filled gaps of dancing and clapping. Ours is yours.
The Postmarks are a pop band from Pompano Beach, Florida. Their debut self-titled LP was released in February 2007 and has been met with critical acclaim from Rolling Stone and Spin, as well as Pitchfork Media and a host of other music blogs. The group was discovered by Andy Chase of Ivy and subsequently released on his Unfiltered Records label.
The Russian Futurists are a Canadian indie pop band based in Toronto. Their music can be described as lo-fi, indie-electronica fused with a twee-pop temperament. Although they initially had only one member, Matthew Adam Hart (born 1978), the band was later enlarged for live performances.
Arrah and the Ferns “broke up” in May 2008. Their former band consisted of Arrah Fisher, Carl Stovner, Dave Segedy, and Joey Patrick.
They (nearly) finished a sophomore full-length before they broke up, but never released it.
In March of 2010, Arrah and Carl decided it was time to do something with the 2nd album. They finished the recordings and have since been mixing and mastering.
Memphis is 1) a musical duo brought together in 2002 by Stars front man Torquil Campbell and long time friend and musician Chris Dumont. Dumont, originally from North Carolina, first met Campbell in New York City in the early 1990s. With Campbell's childhood friends Chris Seligman, James Shaw, and Adam Marvy, the pair played together in a band called Luxe.
Assembled in London, meeting through mutual friends exlovers have wasted no time since forming in early 2008. Their early sound was a quiet, folkish affair playing songs such as 'The Ruins' and 'S.O.F' previously written by Peter .
Growing up on Princeton Street in Santa Monica, twin brothers Jesse & Matt Kivel and childhood friend Ben Usen started playing together as a group in the late 90’s, but officially formed Princeton during a year long stay in London in 2005.