Passionate, heart-wrenching lyrics coupled with an understated electric guitar/bass/drum sound describe 764-Hero, the emo-core trio from Seattle, Washington. Originally formed being a duo in 1995, the music group began with John Atkins on guitars, key pad, and business lead vocals and Polly Johnson-Dickinson on drums and percussion. Atkins and Johnson-Dickinson acquired fulfilled while playing in various other Seattle-area rings, Atkins in Hush Harbor and Johnson-Dickinson in Bell Jar. The music group continued to be nameless until its initial show, whenever a friend recommended the name 764-Hero, that is the phone amount for carpool street violators in Washington. They released their debut record, Salt Sinks & Glucose Floats, in 1996, which, with their effective live performances, gained them a nation-wide pursuing. Needing a bassist for the live radio broadcast in 1998, the duo approached Red Celebrities Theory’s Wayne Bertram; the producing session proved so well that he was added like a full-time member with time for documenting that year’s ARRIVE HERE and Stay. Considerable tours and ONCE YOU See Match, a break up EP with Modest Mouse, adopted. By 1999 764-Hero was back the studio focusing on their third recording Weekends of Audio, that was released in middle-2000. The recording had an excellent enough reception to maintain them heading, although they dropped Wayne Bertram in the next weeks. By 2002, that they had another record all set, that one entitled No one Knows This Is usually Everywhere.