It’s no key that San Francisco’s East Bay offers given delivery to a lot of melodic pop-punk rings over time. One such music group that came into being in the past due ’90s around that region (in fact from suburban Antioch) was Divit. The foursome — High Brinkerhoff (acoustic guitar/vocals), Marshall Leonardy (bass), Mick Leonardy (vocals/acoustic guitar), and Nick White colored (drums) — in the beginning burst onto the picture boasting an audio reminiscent of additional California skatepunk rings like Pennywise and Lagwagon. Showing up on numerous compilations and in Thrasher video clips, they released the EP Most recent Concern in January 2000 within the Bay Region label Coldfront Information, and half a year later followed items up using the full-length Pressure. The split launch Double Letter Rating (with Santa Rosa’s Diesel Boy) made an appearance in Oct 2001, and following a stint on 2002’s Warped Tour, that Sept brought Divit’s Nitro debut, Broadcaster. This recording possessed a fuller audio than previous information and demonstrated the band relocating a more adult direction, sparking evaluations to Jawbreaker, Foo Fighters, and Jimmy Eat Globe.