Rory (band)

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Origin Altamonte Springs, Florida, United States
Genres Pop punk
Indie rock
Years active 1998–2007
Labels One Eleven Records
Associated acts The Royal
Fallen From the Sky
The Scenic
You Blew It!
Teen Agers
Direct Effect
Members Jeremy Menard
Joe Setzer
Marc Ispass
Jordan Shroyer
Chris Moore
Allen Peoples

Rory is an American pop punk band from Altamonte Springs, Florida. They are signed to One Eleven Records.


Since Rory's inception in 1998, they have released an EP and a full length. They signed to One Eleven Records in early 2004. Their most recent release, We're Up to No Good, We're Up to No Good was produced by John Avila of Oingo Boingo fame, and Mark Hoppus of Blink-182/+44 fame. It was released September 12, 2006.

The band toured nationally and has shared the stage with the likes of Fall Out Boy, Less Than Jake, The Spill Canvas, Self Against City, This Day & Age, Rookie of the Year, and more.


Studio albums[edit]


Compilation appearances[edit]

  • Drive-Thru Records And Compilation (2005) ("Deja Vroom)" - on disc one. Drive-Thru Records
  • Punk The Clock Vol. 2 (2005) ("Deja Vroom)" DCide Records


  • "This Could've Been A Dance Dance Revolution, But Now It's Just A Dance" (2004)
  • "Deja Vroomier" (2006)
  • "Kind Of Like Chloroformity" (2006)
  • "Tonight I Don't Care, I'm Having Candy For Dinner" (2006)
  • "Nice Planet, We'll Take It" (2006)

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