Pilot to Gunner

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Pilot to Gunner
Origin Brooklyn, New York City, United States
Genres Indie rock, post-punk revival
Years active 1998–present
Labels Arena Rock Recording Co.
Website Biography
Members Scott V. Padden
Patrick Hegarty
Martin McLoughlin
Kurt L. Herrmann

Indie/post-punk revival band Pilot to Gunner came together in New York City around 1998. Led by the vocals and guitar of Scott V. Padden, Pilot to Gunner also includes guitarist Patrick Hegarty, bassist Martin McLoughlin, and drummer Kurt L. Herrman. The boys debuted on wax in 1999 with the Hit the Ground and Hum EP for "Me Too!"; that led to the 2001 Gern Blandsten full-length Games at High Speeds. A deal with the Arena Rock Recording Co., which reissued Games at High Speeds with an additional bonus track in early 2003. Games at High Speeds was also picked up by Rykodisc in Europe, and Building Records in Australia. Get Saved was recorded in 2003 with J. Robbins and released in 2004 by ARRCO in the US, Rykodisc in Europe, and Building Records in Australia.

The band's third album Guilty Guilty was released in 2013.

Members[edit]

Current[edit]

  • Scott V. Padden - lead vocals (1998-present)
  • Patrick Hegarty - guitar (1998-present)
  • Martin McLoughlin - bass guitar (1998-present)
  • Kurt L. Blandsten - drums (1998-present)

Discography[edit]

Studio Albums[edit]

EPs[edit]

  • Hit the Ground and Hum (2000)

LPs[edit]

Non-Album Songs[edit]

68 - Released on Until the Shaking Stops - A Salute to Jawbox

Appearances[edit]

The song Barrio Superstarrio was featured on Rockstar game Midnight Club 3

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