The Band CAMINO

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The Band CAMINO
OriginMemphis, Tennessee, U.S.
GenresAlternative rock, indie pop, pop rock
Years active2015–present
Labels
  • Elektra
Associated actsThe Night Game, THE WLDLFE, VALLEY
Websitethebandcamino.com
Members
  • Jeffery Jordan
  • Spencer Stewart
  • Graham Rowell
  • Garrison Burgess

The Band CAMINO is an American alternative pop rock band based in Nashville, TN, comprised of co-frontmen Jeffery Jordan and Spencer Stewart, bassist Graham Rowell, and drummer Garrison Burgess. The group was formed in 2015 and independently released two EPs - My Thoughts on You in 2016 and Heaven in 2017, amongst various singles. On May 7, 2019, the band was signed to Elektra Records and released their extended EP tryhard on August 23rd.[1] The band's popularity spread quietly on the web as where their various albums and singles have been streamed over 70 million times.[2]

History[edit]

Bassist Graham Rowell met Spencer Stewart in high school, while participating in a high school theater program. Later, while attending the University of Memphis, Rowell was playing with Jeffery Jordan in a country band. Soon, Rowell and Jordan decided to start writing music of a different genre, and Stewart was invited to join them. The first song the trio put together was “Young”. When it came time for a song to be released, they formed officially as "The Band CAMINO", named simply after a Chevrolet El Camino that Rowell spotted at the time.[3] In a 2018 interview for Atwood Magazine, Maggie McHale noted that "camino" was the Spanish word for path, and she asked if that had any bearing on the band's name. Rowell remarked that the band had indeed been on "a very long road" of progress and setbacks, and Jordan admitted that while they hadn't realized the name's meaning at the time, the name "came to mean something over the past three years, when we were kind of completely unknowing in the beginning."[4] The band's blending of buoyant indie pop, romantic ballads, and slick production show the influence of The Killers, Walk the Moon and Colony House.[5]


Discography[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

  • My Thoughts on You (2016)
  • The Band CAMINO on Audiotree Live (2016)
  • Heaven (2017)
  • tryhard (2019)

Singles[edit]

  • "I Spend Too Much Time In My Room" (2016)
  • "Who Says We're Through" (2016)
  • "My Thoughts on You" (2016)
  • "Berenstein" (2017)
  • "Fool of Myself" (2018)
  • "Know Me" (2018)
  • "Less Than I Do" (2018)
  • "Daphne Blue" (2018)
  • "Something To Hold On To" (2019)
  • ”Daphne Blue (Acoustic Version)” (2019)
  • “Crying Over You” (2020)
  • “Roses” (2020)
  • “1 Last Cigarette” (2021)
  • ”Sorry Mom”(2021)

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