Acquiring their name from the ’80s sitcom, Belvedere started in Calgary, Alberta, in late 1995 because the three-piece of Steve Rawles (guitar/vocals), Brock (bass), and Dan Hrynuik (drums). Because the years advanced with their revolving lineup, Belvedere continued to be making use of their melodic pop-punk audio that appeared up to famous brands Bad Religious beliefs and NOFX. Ultimately recruiting second guitarist Scott Single (aka Scott Marshall), substitute drummer Jay Hollywood, and an upgraded bassist Jason Sinclair, the quartet released their debut record, Because NO-ONE Stopped Us, in 1998 through Hourglass and 206 Information. After spending the majority of 1999 on the highway — alongside Bad Religious beliefs and Strung Out, to get a stint — 206 Information released Belvedere’s follow-up record, Angels Reside in My City, in early 2000. In 2001, the Montreal imprint Union 2112 released ‘Twas Hell Said Previous Child, Belvedere’s correct second record, which coincided their first-ever Western european tour. A divide discharge with Downway, Hometown Benefit, was released in 2003. When it emerged time and energy to reconvene for another studio room album, Belvedere became a member of manufacturer Blair Calibaba (Amount 41) in Calgary for the documenting of Fast Forwards Eats the Tape. Shared schedules with Loss of life by Stereo system, Tsunami Bomb, and Misconduct implemented in planting season 2004. The ultimate Belvedere lineup of Rawles, Marshall, Sinclair, and drummer Graham Churchill made a decision to contact it quits in 2005.