SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA rockers Five A.M. art a dynamic, effective brand of option rock that uses comparison between anthemic choruses and moody verses. Founded by vocalist/guitarist Trent Yaconelli, guitarist Zach Hammer, bassist Zack Miller, drummer Jed Friesen, and percussionist Benjie Kushins, Five A.M. obtained allies in additional likeminded rockers like Dishwalla and Teach when they began to play out live. Starting up with maker Bruce Kaphan, the bandmembers started focusing on their debut recording, but soon recognized they didn’t have the funds to accomplish the recording. Requesting followers for help, they received over $20,000 to complete Examples of Falling, their debut. After earning Miller Genuine Draft’s North Bay Fight of the Rings, the group released the recording and hit the street in nov 2002. The next year saw the discharge of the Morphine Existence, an recording which was helped to fruition (partly) from the president of the recording university who occurred to capture a campus webcast. In 2007 the music group released the solitary “Still deeply in love with You,” that was along with a brief film starring Ice-T, Edward Furlong, and Rumer Willis. With fresh bassist Jason McGrath, the group’s third recording, Raise the Sunlight, made by Jeff Dawson (Daniel Powter) and combined by Mike Fraser (Aerosmith, Hinder) showed up the following 12 months.