Hailing from Athens, Georgia, by method of Augusta, the area rock clothing Pacific UV shaped in 1998 beneath the auspices of Clay Jordan and Howard Hudson. Nearly soon after the duo started mixing song concepts collectively, drummer and keyboardist Lucas Jensen dove in to the mix as well as the trio started honing their sound and preparing their debut recording. The group sequestered themselves within the studio room with Andy LeMaster (Azure Ray, Shiny Eye) and David Barbe (Uncle Tupelo, Glucose, the Drive-By Truckers) helping behind the plank and cut their debut, completing it in 2002. Prior to the record was officially released in Sept 2003, Jensen still left the music group to wait grad college and was changed by drummer Stephen Adam. Though the record was ultimately released beneath the name Pacific UV on Warm Information, the original promotional copies went to press beneath the name Longplay One, evoking the initial item of dilemma on the band’s background. The second little bit of controversy, a purposeful ruse for Jordan and Hudson, emerged when Pacific UV released a statement of their promotional advertising campaign which boasted the addition of two completely new inexplicable Swedish associates, Sven and Piotr. The press, like the All Music Instruction, heartily backed this state as a fascinating truth of Pacific UV’s background, and one even more swallowed the joke once the music group announced Sven and Piotr transformed their titles to Jorge Torres and Shane Davis to sound “even more American.” While bassist Torres and keyboardist Davis are certainly genuine people of Pacific UV, it must not be unexpected that Sven and Piotr under no circumstances existed to begin with. The group worked well sporadically through the entire coming years, liberating a self-titled EP in 2006 and second full-length, Longplay, Vol. 2 in 2008. In the first area of the 2010s, the music group released a string of free of charge MP3s of fresh paths via their blog page, and delved right into a darker, even more electronic sound making use of their Chrysalis EP. Third full-length Weekends premiered in early 2012, and was adopted a little more than a yr later on by 2013’s poppier Following the Dream YOU MIGHT BE Awake.