Californian alt-country band American Catapult are an act ready to do things their very own way, including performing a tour without booking any dates beforehand. Produced in 2003 by Mike Bock (business lead electric guitar), Terry Overlin (bass), Tom Townsend (business lead singer, electric guitar) and Shawn Winters (drums, vocals), American Catapult features four veteran music artists with amazing chops as both music artists and songwriters and an eagerness to become heard. AmCat documented a self-distributed record in 2004, House from the Daring, which showcased their passionate but down-to-earth root base rock, and it had been followed using a 2005 EP, Surplus Falling. But AmCat acquired trouble finding locations thinking about their music in Southern California, therefore they lay out on what they known as “The Tour from the Daring,” where the roamed the California coastline for several times and ended wherever they may find a audience willing to listen to them enjoy, with locations which range from a Laundromat to some highway rest end for an airfield, with a little camera crew documenting the experience for posterity. The stunt helped increase curiosity about AmCat, and after originally launching their second full-length record Trees Of Secret themselves, they agreed upon a cope with the well known unbiased label Cooking Vinyl fabric, who reissued the occur 2007. American Catapult is constantly on the tour, though generally with displays booked well beforehand.