Based from Fort Collins, CO, Pull the River was a musical outlet for a few of punk’s seasoned veterans. All frontman Chad Cost installed with Armchair Martian’s Jon Snodgrass and Paul Rucker as well as the Nobodys’ J.J. No one and formed Pull the River to get a country-rock repair in 1996. Hobo’s Demo’s premiered in middle-2000 (reissued by Suburban House in past due 2006) and captured Pull the River’s rough-cut rock and roll & move woven around lyrical introspections. Pedal metal guitarist Zach Boddicker was put into the fray by 2001 and Pull the River prepped to get a sophomore work while playing gigs out western. Closed, which formed right into a booze-soaked storybook of heartbreak and loneliness, was released on Upland in springtime 2002. Documented that July, Live in the Starlight was also released from the year’s end through Mars Motors Information. Chicken Demos made an appearance in-may 2004, comprised mainly of tracks that didn’t make the lower for Hobo’s Demo’s, prior to the Hey Buddies… EP adopted past due that fall. Boddicker after that exited to come back to college, and Chad Rex stuffed in every once in awhile before Hot Pole Circuit’s Casey Prestwood got over steel responsibilities. Rucker exited in past due 2005 and was changed on drums by Dave Barker (ex-Pinhead Circus). Pull the River after that released It’s Crazy in June 2006, also adding the monitor “Portland” to October’s Substitutes tribute recording, We’ll Inherit the planet earth. They shut out the entire year on tour times with Lucero and spent the very first section of 2007 on the highway starting for Rocky Votolato. The second option tour noticed Snodgrass dropping from the band’s rates midway through (he just remaining the tour, not really the music group), which remaining fans asking queries. Things didn’t actually progress for Pull the River, and in-may members announced these were amicably heading their separate methods.