Permanent ME is really a pop-punk quartet from your tiny Lengthy Island suburb of Bellmore, NY. Comprising vocalist and guitarist Brian Kapler, guitarist Joseph Guccione, bassist Justin Morrell, and drummer Mike Fleischmann, the group created beneath the name “Yes, Virginia” while its users had been still in senior high school. Through keeping a strong on-line presence that obtained both junior-high-age followers on MySpace and several helpful industry followers such as Amount 41 lead vocalist (and Mr. Avril Lavigne) Deryck Whibley and Stress! in the Disco maker Matt Squire, the music group was quickly authorized to the tiny indie I Surrender Information. Carrying out a name switch to Long term Me (credited in part towards the Dresden Dolls titling their second recording Yes, Virginia…), the music group released their debut EP, Dear Virginia, in-may 2006. The full-length recording After the Space Clears, reprising the EP’s power poppy starting monitor, “Allison,” implemented in January 2007 on Stolen Transmitting Records.