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Drive by Argument

Posted on 12th April, by oli.huggins@digitalanimal.com in Artist. No Comments

Drive-By Argument was an electro-indie band from Ayr, Scotland. The quintet released their self-titled début album Drive-By Argument on May 19, 2008.

The band originally formed as part of a music project for a university course in 2004. Before the formation of the band, the members had never met, except for bassist Ryan Drever and frontman Stoke, who lived together. The band then proceeded to drop out of university and commit to their new project, Drive-By Argument.

The band released two show-only EPs during the course of 2005, called EP1 and December Demos/Dragon EP.

In late 2005, the band signed a one single deal with Glasgow label One Records, releasing their very first limited edition single “Sex Lines Are Expensive Comedy” on October 24, 2005. The song gained the band a small following, and was used regularly at Madison Square Garden on the warm-up soundtrack for the National Hockey League’s New York Rangers. It was also used once on the American … Read More »