Reach the Sky

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Reach the Sky
Origin Boston, Massachusetts
Genres Hardcore punk
Melodic hardcore
Punk Rock
Pop punk
Years active 1997–2003
Labels Victory Records

Reach the Sky was an American hardcore punk band from Boston, Massachusetts.


Reach the Sky formed in 1997, and they released two EPs in 1999; their debut full-length, So Far From Home, followed on Victory Records later that same year.[1] After the release of So Far From Home, Dan Tammik left the band, and guitarist Brendan Maguire took over on bass.[2] Their second full-length, Friends, Lies, and the End of the World, was issued in 2001, and the group toured Canada after the album's release.[3] In 2002, their debut EP was remastered and reissued with bonus tracks. They broke up in 2003. In 2009, they reformed with a slightly different line up: Ian, Stu, Bob and Zach Jordan of Bane.

Bob went on to become a member of Bane, and Ian later founded Stand Accused. Stu became a touring manager, working with Sick of it All, Dropkick Murphys and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones. He currently plays in Bane.



  • Open Roads and Broken Dreams EP (East Coast Empire, 1999)
  • Everybody's Hero EP (Victory Records, 1999)
  • So Far From Home (Victory, 1999)
  • Split 7" with Buried Alive (Indecision Records, 2000)
  • Friends, Lies, and the End of the World (Victory, 2001)
  • Open Roads and Broken Dreams EP, reissue with bonus tracks (Deathwish Inc., 2002)
  • Transient Hearts EP (Victory, 2002)

Music videos[edit]

  • A year and a smile (2001)
  • Maybe next year (2002)