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|Origin||Santa Barbara, California|
|Genres||Indie rock, folk rock|
|Associated acts||Joey Cape, Tony Sly, Jon Snodgrass, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Lagwagon, Bad Astronaut, The Playing Favorites, No Use For A Name, Drag the River, Armchair Martian|
|Past members||Tony Sly (died 2012)|
The band's debut album was released in 2011 while they were on tour.
On August 1, 2012, it was announced that Sly had died at age 41. His final solo show took place in Gainesville, Florida on July 29, 2012 while he was touring with Joey Cape. Despite this, the band decided to continue touring and making music. On February 21, their second album was released by One Week Records, a business owned by Cape.
|Date of Release||Title||Label|
|1 September 2011||Scorpios||Self Released|
|21 February 2017||One Week Record||One Week Records|
- Scorpios Official website
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