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Latterman (in performance, 2006).jpg
Live at Fest Five, October 2006
Background information
Origin Huntington Station, New York, United States
Genres Punk rock, pop punk
Years active 2000–2007
Labels Traffic Violation, Deep Elm
Associated acts Bridge and Tunnel, Shorebirds, Iron Chic, Days Late, The Solidarity Pact, Contra, RVIVR, Hooky, The Brass, Beardlift, Behavior, Slingshot Dakota
Website Official Site
Past members Phil Douglas
Mattie Canino
Brian Crozier
Pat Schramm
Bryce Hackford
Dan Sposato
Mike "MR" Campbell

Latterman was a four-piece punk rock band from Huntington, New York. They played a style of melodic punk rock with shouted dual-vocals by Phil Douglas and Matt Canino, and their songs often contain political and/or socially conscious lyrics. The band has been compared to the likes of Against Me!, The Lawrence Arms, Hot Water Music and Fifth Hour Hero.[citation needed]

On October 18, 2007, music website reported that the band has officially broken up.[1] The band issued a statement which indicated a number of reasons for the split, including turmoil with their label and misinterpretation of the band's message and intentions.

Members have since gone on to play in bands including Shorebirds, Mutoid Men, Iron Chic, Bridge and Tunnel, RVIVR, Laura Stevenson and The Cans, Daytrader, Pox, and The Brass.

Reunion Shows[edit]

In late July 2011, confirmed with the band[2] that they would be playing four shows in early December. The lineup will be the "No Matter Where We Go...", "Turn Up The Punk..." lineup, consisting of Phil Douglas, Matt Canino, Pat Schramm and Mike Campbell.

As of July 31, 2012 Latterman has also been confirmed to do a reunion appearance at Gainesville, Florida's 11th annual Fest at the end of October.


  • Phil Douglas (a.k.a. "Bear") - vocals/guitar
  • Mattie Canino - vocals/bass
  • Brian Crozier - guitar
  • Pat Schramm - drums

Former members[edit]

  • Dan Sposato
  • Bryce Hackford
  • Mike "MR" Campbell
  • Ian Campbell
  • Jeff Cunningham
  • Craig Hughes
  • Lee Hartney


  • None of These Songs Are About Girls (self-released, 2000)
  • Split 7" with Nakatomi Plaza (Rok Lok Records / BD Records / Sot Records, 2000)
  • Turn Up The Punk, We'll Be Singing (Traffic Violation Records, 2002; reissued on Deep Elm Records, 2005. LP vinyl pressing on Yo-Yo Records 2006, LP vinyl pressing on NO IDEA Records 2011.)
  • No Matter Where We Go...! (Deep Elm Records, 2005 LP vinyl pressing on Yo-Yo Records 2006, LP vinyl pressing on NO IDEA Records 2011.)
  • We Are Still Alive (Deep Elm Records, 2006 LP vinyl pressing on NO IDEA Records 2007)

Other releases[edit]

  • V/A The Hope Machine compilation CD (Rok Lok Records, 2001)
  • V/A Young Til I Die compilation CD (Waggy Records, 2001)
  • V/A Commercial: Traffic Violation Records Compilation (Traffic Violation 2002)
  • Live At The Milestone - June 2005 DVD (Deep Elm Records, 2005)
  • V/A This Was Supposed to be a Celebration compilation CD (Mauled by Tigers, 2007)


  1. ^ Latterman (2000-2007). October 18, 2007.
  2. ^ "Latterman Reuniting for two shows in December". July 24, 2011.

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