Debate Team (band)

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Debate Team
Debate Team (band).jpg
Members of the band, circa 2010.[clarification needed]
Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Indie pop, indie rock, jangle pop and power pop
Years active 2006–2007; since 2008
Associated acts The Hush Sound, OneRepublic, OK Go and Stamps
Website debateteamtheband.com[dead link]
Members Ryan McNeill, vocals
Drew Brown, guitar
Bob Morris, bass
Dan Konopka, drums
Adam James, keyboards

Debate Team is an American indie power-pop band and supergroup from Los Angeles, California, consisting of vocalist Ryan McNeill, drummer Dan Konopka of OK Go, guitarist Drew Brown of OneRepublic, bassist Bob Morris of The Hush Sound and keyboardist Adam James.[1]

Their debut extended play, Wins Again, was released independently on January 24, 2011.

Origin[edit]

The band started out as a recording project by flatmates Brown and McNeill. Both had an interest in artists such as Elvis Costello and Queen.

With the success of Brown's main project, OneRepublic, the band went on hiatus until 2008. In 2009, Konopka, James and Morris joined Brown and McNeill to complete the band.

Wins Again[edit]

Throughout 2009 and 2010, the band began recording Wins Again. The EP was set to be released in Summer 2010, but was delayed until the start of 2011. In the meantime, the band released the tracks "Christmastime Alone", "Curious Pair", "My Expertise" and "Leave" onto their Facebook page.

Untitled EP[edit]

On November 3, 2010, the band mentioned on their Facebook page that their second EP was being recorded. The date and title of this release are still unknown.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Debate Team Faceboook". Debate Team (via Facebook).

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