Street Drum Corps was formed in Los Angeles by drummers Bobby and Adam Alt and Frank Zummo. Prior to forming, Bobby and Adam had a show called Experiment, where they played at schools and camps, where they played with drum kits, garbage cans and hand drums. Drummer Zummo, who had moved to L.A., also had a similar project in Pennsylvania called Repercussion and after catching one of the Experiment shows and speaking to both Bobby and Adam, the three decided to get together eventually forming the group. The group's first release was a cover of Happy Christmas (War Is Over) featuring The Used frontman Bert McCracken released in 2005. Joining the Van's Warped Tour, the band was featured in a documentary, "Wake Up Screaming", about the Warped Tour experience. The group entered the studio to record their debut album, produced by Limp Bizkit's DJ Lethal, which featured guest musician John Sawicki of Stomp. In November, System of a Down guitarist Daron Malakian was said to be contributing a track to the group's album, however this did not happen, and the group were added to the lineup of the 2006 Taste of Chaos tour scheduled to kick off on February 15. The track "Flaco 81" was included on the "Best of the Taste of Chaos" album released in January 2006.Street Drum Corps was released on February 21, 2006 via Warcon Enterprises. They appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien in March 2006.
In January 2010, the band were confirmed as the main support for Thirty Seconds to Mars on their Into The Wild Tour where they were previewing songs from their upcoming album such as "Marry Me", "Terror Surrounding", "Come Alive", "Play on It", "I Miss You", "Knock Me Out" and "Little Ones". On March 17, the group announced that they had been added to the lineup of The Bamboozle festival taking place on March 27. In May, it was announced that the group would be making an appearance on American Idol on May 19, performing with Travis Garland, who would be singing his new single, "Believe".
Was written and recorded with Chris Doss in Burbank, California. Originally to be released as a single for their fourth studio album. The song was also co-written by Bobby's wife Caroline D'Amore and long time friend Andrew Beall. Chris Doss is also featured as background vocalist on the track.
"Caught in the Swing"
Written and produced by Bobby Alt and Chris Doss in Burbank, California.