The Friday Night Boys
|The Friday Night Boys|
|Origin||Fairfax, Virginia, USA|
|Genres||Power pop, pop punk, electronica|
|Labels||Fueled by Ramen|
|Past members||Andrew Goldstein,
The Friday Night Boys were a pop punk band from Fairfax, that formed in 2006. The band consisted of Andrew Goldstein, Mike Toohey, Robby Reider, and Chris Barrett.
The Friday Night Boys independently released The Sketch Process EP in the Spring of 2008 from producer Sean Small, selling over 45,000 total digital tracks. On July 11, 2008, the band performed on MTV's Total Request Live on a segment called "On Your Radar", which featured unsigned bands with escalating online popularity. They also appeared on MTV.com's "Pop-Punk Rookies of 2009". The band signed to Fueled By Ramen in August 2008, and released the EP titled That's What She Said on October 14, 2008. Their first full-length album Off the Deep End was released on June 9, 2009 from producer Emanuel Kiriakou.
An acoustic version of their song "Permanent Heartbreak" appeared in the compilation "Take Action! Volume 9"
On October 8, 2010, Andrew Goldstein announced the breakup of the band via Fueled by Ramen's Tumblr site. Goldstein also announced that Toohey and Reider will be working together in a new band project called Time Travel. Barrett will be working on a solo project, while Goldstein said his future plans are still unknown, though he has co-written and produced music for a couple of bands such as What Looks Like Crazy, Runner Runner, Boys Will Be Boys, Goodnight Lullaby, Rookie of the Year and others.
Former vocalist, Andrew Goldstein, has released his first solo song since the brand’s breakup entitled “I Like U Like That”.
On February 1, 2011, The Friday Night Boys released their final material, titled 'Everything You Ever Wanted: The B-Sides'.
|So Friday Night, So Friday Tight EP||2007|
|The Sketch Process EP||Spring 2008|
|That's What She Said EP||October 14, 2008|
|Album||Date released||Billboard 200 Peak|
|Off the Deep End||June 9, 2009||No. 198|