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Light Blue w/ Red Splatter vinyl. The Swellers, hailing from Flint, Michigan, burst onto the music scene in 2002. Founded by brothers Nick and Jonathan Diener, the band quickly established a reputation for their energetic performances and heartfelt lyrics. Initially influenced by the burgeoning punk rock and pop-punk scenes of the mid-to-late 1990s, The Swellers honed their sound through relentless touring and a series of well-received independent releases.In 2009, The Swellers signed with Fueled by Ramen, a label known for it's roster of influential punk and alternative acts. Their debut album for the label, "Ups and Downsizing," marked a significant step forward for the band, earning them a broader audience and critical acclaim. The album's themes of personal growth and resilience resonated deeply with fans, setting the stage for their next major release.2011 saw The Swellers release their sophomore album via FBR, "Good For Me," which was produced by Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore at The Blasting Room. "Good For Me" is a poignant exploration of nostalgia, personal struggles, and the quest for meaning. Standout tracks like "The Best I Ever Had," "Runaways," and "Inside My Head" showcased the band's knack for blending catchy melodies with introspective lyrics.
Light Blue w/ Red Splatter vinyl. The Swellers, hailing from Flint, Michigan, burst onto the music scene in 2002. Founded by brothers Nick and Jonathan Diener, the band quickly established a reputation for their energetic performances and heartfelt lyrics. Initially influenced by the burgeoning punk rock and pop-punk scenes of the mid-to-late 1990s, The Swellers honed their sound through relentless touring and a series of well-received independent releases.In 2009, The Swellers signed with Fueled by Ramen, a label known for it's roster of influential punk and alternative acts. Their debut album for the label, "Ups and Downsizing," marked a significant step forward for the band, earning them a broader audience and critical acclaim. The album's themes of personal growth and resilience resonated deeply with fans, setting the stage for their next major release.2011 saw The Swellers release their sophomore album via FBR, "Good For Me," which was produced by Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore at The Blasting Room. "Good For Me" is a poignant exploration of nostalgia, personal struggles, and the quest for meaning. Standout tracks like "The Best I Ever Had," "Runaways," and "Inside My Head" showcased the band's knack for blending catchy melodies with introspective lyrics.
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Artist: Swellers
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Light Blue w/ Red Splatter vinyl. The Swellers, hailing from Flint, Michigan, burst onto the music scene in 2002. Founded by brothers Nick and Jonathan Diener, the band quickly established a reputation for their energetic performances and heartfelt lyrics. Initially influenced by the burgeoning punk rock and pop-punk scenes of the mid-to-late 1990s, The Swellers honed their sound through relentless touring and a series of well-received independent releases.In 2009, The Swellers signed with Fueled by Ramen, a label known for it's roster of influential punk and alternative acts. Their debut album for the label, "Ups and Downsizing," marked a significant step forward for the band, earning them a broader audience and critical acclaim. The album's themes of personal growth and resilience resonated deeply with fans, setting the stage for their next major release.2011 saw The Swellers release their sophomore album via FBR, "Good For Me," which was produced by Bill Stevenson and Jason Livermore at The Blasting Room. "Good For Me" is a poignant exploration of nostalgia, personal struggles, and the quest for meaning. Standout tracks like "The Best I Ever Had," "Runaways," and "Inside My Head" showcased the band's knack for blending catchy melodies with introspective lyrics.
        
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