The Evangelicals appears like a proper name for any band from your Bible Belt town of Norman, OK, but this band’s skewed, psychedelic undertake post-Pavement indie rock seems unlikely to thrill the common church youth group. Apparently heavily affected by fellow Oklahoma oddballs just like the Flaming Lip area as well as the Starlight Mints, and also other members from the lysergic end of modern indie pop, the Evangelicals had been were only available in 2005 by vocalist, songwriter, and, initially, single member Josh Jones. After documenting a lot of the Evangelicals’ debut recording by himself, Jones recruited his child years friend Austin Stephens as drummer and fellow Oklahoma University or college college student Kyle Davis on bass, turning the group right into a full-time studio room and touring proposition. Putting your signature on to the well known indie Misra Information (Great Lake Swimmers, the Mendoza Collection, etc.), the Evangelicals released their debut recording, So Gone, around the thematically appropriate day of June 6, 2006.