Taking Back Sunday

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Decades Active: 2000s
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Biography

‘Why can’t you just be happy?’ state Taking Back Sunday on their skateboarding trick-referencing ‘One-Eighty By Summer’ (from 2004’s Where You Want To Be). Setting such sentiments to a juxtaposition of Southern Cali post-punk, nu metal and old school hardcore, the Amityville, New York, USA-formed group produce a music that is as energetic and sparky as it is angsty and smarting.

Initiated in 1999, by Movielife guitarist Ed Reyes (Edward Reyes, 19 November 1972, Amityville, New York, USA), the original line-up included John Nolan (b. 24 February 1978, Rockville Centre, New York, USA; guitar/vocals), Antonio Longo (vocals) and Jesse Lacey (b. 10 July 1978, Long Island, New York, USA; bass/vocals). This edition of the band released a self-titled EP in 2001 before Longo and Lacey were replaced by Adam Lazzara (b. 22 September 1981, Sheffield, Alabama, USA; vocals) and Shaun Cooper (b. 12 November 1980, USA; bass)....

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