Boys Life (band)
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|Origin||Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.|
|Genres||Midwest emo, math rock, post-hardcore|
|Years active||1993–1997, 2015|
|Past members||Brandon Butler|
Band members went on to form other bands such as Canyon and Lullaby for the Working Class. Brandon Butler has also released several albums of solo material under his own name and formed the band Six Bells in 2014, who released their debut album in late 2015. In 2015, the band announced a brief reunion tour to coincide with the vinyl-only reissue of its second full-length album.
- Brandon Butler (vocals/guitar)
- Joe Winkle (guitar)
- John Rejba (bass)
- John Anderson (drums)
- Boys Life (1995, Crank! Records 004)
- Departures and Landfalls (1996, Headhunter Records 063/Cargo Records; 2015 reissue, Topshelf Records 130)
- Singles and splits
- "Lister/Without Doubt" (7-inch single, Synergy Records)
- Boys Life/Secular Theme (split 7-inch with Secular Theme, Flapjack Records)
- "Breaker Breaker + 1" (7-inch single, Synergy Records)
- Boys Life/Giants Chair (split 7-inch with Giants Chair, 1993, Hit It! Recordings)
- Boys Life/Vitreous Humor (split 7-inch with Vitreous Humor, 1994, Crank! Records 002)
- Boys Life/Christie Front Drive (split 10-inch EP with Christie Front Drive, 1996, Crank! Records 005)
- Compilation appearances
- (don't forget to) breathe CD / 12-inch plus 10-inch double LP (1997, Crank! Records 011)
- Track 15 - "Sight Unseen" (live)
- Six Bells - Brandon Butler
- Brandon Butler - Brandon Butler
- Canyon - Brandon Butler, Joe Winkle
- The Farewell Bend - Brandon Butler, John Rejba
- Lullaby for the Working Class - John Anderson
- Matt Suggs - John Anderson
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