South Regular was formed in Chelsea, Michigan. Led from the explosive vocals of Nathan Mackinder, drummer Shannon Boone, bassist Jeremy Mackinder and guitarists guitarist Ben Vermeylen and Jason Schaller curved out the effective quintet. Acquiring cue from traditional rock and roll and radio-ready indie rock and roll, the band’s enthusiastic, melodic audio impressed right away. After two 3rd party produces, the critically-acclaimed Feelings Picture premiered in 2001, finally getting the band’s big audio to a more substantial viewers. The follow-up Publication of Matches premiered following a marathon documenting session with famous maker Michael Lutz. The recording exposed the music group beyond its Midwestern bottom. 2004 saw the discharge from the band’s 1st live Dvd and blu-ray, Nowhere FOUND, on Deluxe Information. The disc presented live footage from the band carrying out in Detroit, Michigan.