Comprised of people from the Agency as well as the Vacant Andys, southern Florida’s Seville shaped in 2001 and immediately started writing songs because of their debut EP. The record, Waiting around in Seville, made an appearance by the finish of the entire year through Fiddler Information, giving them the opportunity to open up for Dashboard Confessional to get a six-week tour. Comprising vocalist/guitarists Chris Drueke and John Owens, in addition to bassist Dan Bonebrake and drummer Mike Marsh, the music group toured behind the EP in 2002, sometimes sharing people with Dashboard Confessional when one required another. Early that same season, however, Marsh made a decision to stick to Dashboard full-time, therefore he was changed in Seville by ex-Against All Specialist drummer Kris Ruler. The band abruptly split up midway through 2002 while on tour; Drueke afterwards released yet another album, Consider Me Home, beneath the name Seville, though he previously a totally different lineup support him.