Unapologetic on the subject of their significantly less than pioneering put in place the emo pop scene, Maryland quintet Downtown Singapore closely followed the schematic as laid straight down by previous and more lucrative bands like Jimmy Eat World and Cave In: regional gigs and self-released demos, accompanied by relentless touring and network building, a buzz-building debut EP, and lastly a full-length album overseen with the sizzling hot producer of as soon as. After all of the, Downtown Singapore after that silently and without fuss disbanded. The very first lineup of Downtown Singapore (the name is normally claimed to have already been cribbed from a skating magazine’s travel and leisure narrative in regards to the skateboarding picture for the reason that Asian city-state) produced in Waldorf, MD, in 2001 while its associates were in senior high school. Ultimately coalescing in to the core band of vocalist Jerry Scott, guitarists Matt “Spud” Truck Gasbeck and Jake Rabadi, bassist Josh Louge, and drummer Matt Thorsen, Downtown Singapore agreed upon using the Washington, D.C., indie Dcide Information release a their debut EP, 2005’s Understanding a warranty. An elevated tour schedule, using bands just like the All-American Rejects and HE’S Star, both solidified the group’s streamlined and unabashedly industrial audio and brought them into connection with sizzling hot manufacturer Matt Squire, whose use Panic! on the Disco, Cute IS EXACTLY WHAT We SHOOT FOR, as well as other popular indie bands of that time period informed his focus on Downtown Singapore’s full-length debut, DON’T ALLOW Your Safeguard Down. Released in the springtime of 2006, the recording featured the very first solitary “Choir Boy,” having a visitor vocal by Larry Soliman, business lead vocalist of another Squire work, My American Center. Pursuing another tour, Downtown Singapore officially continued hiatus in nov 2006.