Originally named Car, the band that could ultimately be called Lincolnville formed in Portland, ME. Comprised of vocalist/guitarist/engineer Colin Decker, bassist/vocalist Alec Thibodeau, and drummer Ryan Dolan, they released their first recording, Lincolnville, in 1996. Documented in the home and released individually, this debut record captured some significant local attention as well as the music group started starting some high-profile regional displays. After Thibodeau was changed by Neil Collins on bass, they used the album name as their fresh name and Lincolnville continued to record the seven-song Dark Box. 1998’s Dark Box discovered the music group borrowing some documenting equipment and documenting primarily within their rehearsal space, with Decker managing the engineering tasks. The record garnered weighty college radio perform and favorable evaluations for its exclusive mixture of melodicism, Americana, and ethereal guitars and vocals. Following a U.S. tour, Lincolnville started focus on a follow-up to Dark Box, that was hardly ever completed. They performed their last present on June 30, 2000, citing physical constraints because the main reason because of their breakup. Decker have been surviving in Boston for quite a while and the improvement of the music group begun to suffer due to the extended commute to Portland. He continued to play electric guitar using the Sheila Divine.