Daphne Loves Derby

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Daphne Loves Derby
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Kenny Choi at Rock 'n Roosevelt at UC San Diego
Background information
Origin Kent, Washington
Genres Indie rock, Alternative rock
Years active 2001–2011
Labels Outlook Records (former)
Members Kenny Choi
Stu Clay
David Sparks
Past members Jason Call
Spencer Abbott

Daphne Loves Derby is an American Indie rock band that formed in Kent, Washington, in 2001.[1][2] They have released three studio albums, the third in 2007 titled Good Night, Witness Light, peaking at number 30 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart.[3] The band was featured on Billboard's official website following the release of the album.[4]

Background[edit]

Much of their popularity comes from the website PureVolume, where they were the first band to a million plays. (They now have over 5,600,000 plays) For a time, they held the number one spot on PureVolume's Unsigned Artists page, but in 2005 they signed onto Outlook Music/Universal Records. The band has been featured in the Bamboozle Left tours numerous times, as well as playing the Ernie Ball "local heroes" stage at Warped Tour. They have had several releases, including their self-titled debut album, On the Strength of All Convinced,[5] which was released on July 26, 2005. Their latest album, Good Night, Witness Light,[6][7] was released on March 27, 2007. On March 3, 2011, The California Aggie online edition posted an interview with the band where Sparks said "We actually just recorded an album and we're working with a label to hopefully release it this summer. It was a good process and we recorded the whole thing in two weeks. So right now we're still kind of stewing on the extra thing to do with it."[8]

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • Kenny Choi - Vocals/Lyrics/Rhythm Guitar
  • David Sparks - Bass/Vocals
  • Stu Clay - Drums

Past members[edit]

  • Spencer Abbott - Lead Guitar
  • Jason Call - Bass/Vocals

Touring members[edit]

  • Jude Zadaski - Keyboard (2008)

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

Videography[edit]

  • Hammers and Hearts (2005)
  • Sundays (2006)
  • That's Our Hero Shot (2007)
  • Stranger, You and I (2007)

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