|Origin||Miami, Florida, United States|
|Genres||Pop, indie pop|
Jonathan Phillip Wilkins
The Postmarks is an indie pop band from Pompano Beach, Florida. Their self-titled LP was released in February 2007 and has been met with critical acclaim from Rolling Stone and Spin, as well as Pitchfork Media and a host of other music blogs. The group was discovered by Andy Chase of Ivy and subsequently released on his Unfiltered Records label. Before the release of the album, an EP of remixes was released on iTunes featuring remixes by James Iha, Brookville, Roger O'Donnell, Tahiti 80 and more.
In Spring 2007, the band toured North America with Smoosh and Memphis. The lineup expanded to include Jeff Wagner on keyboards and Brian Hill on bass guitar. A brief summer tour took place to coincide with the band's appearance at the Lollapalooza festival. The group is featured in the "Love" episode of the Nick Jr. show, Yo Gabba Gabba!.
By the Numbers is a series of cover songs released every month of 2008 with each track containing a number in the title. The initial release of the series was exclusive to Emusic in the form of free downloads. The mp3s have since been removed, and the complete collection was released in November 2008.
The band's second proper album titled Memoirs at the End of the World was released in 2009. Following the release of the album, the most extensive touring to date took place, including the band's first visit to Europe.
The group went on hiatus since 2010. Tim Yehezkely has another project called Tim & Adam.
- Remixes EP (2006, EP, Unfiltered Records)
- The Postmarks (2007, LP, Unfiltered Records)
- By the Numbers (2008, LP, Unfiltered Records)
- Memoirs at the End of the World (2009, LP, Unfiltered Records/ILG)