Brothers Jordan Melchiorre (drums) and Luke Melchiorre (bass), alongside Ian Fosbery (electric guitar/keyboards) and Benjamin Spurr (vocals/electric guitar), create the hypnotic melodies from the Coastline. For a short time, the music group was referred to as the July 26th Motion and released the Go for a walk Outdoors EP in 2004; nevertheless, the Toronto-based indie rock and roll outfit opted to improve some factors around to create the Coastline in 2005, borrowing the name from a melody on Paul Simon’s The Tempo from the Saints record. They continued to wow membership audiences around the suburbs of Toronto in only a few a few months, while blending their very own powerful pop songs together with influences like the Verve, U2, New Purchase, as well as the Smiths. Shared displays with famous brands Elbow, the French Kicks, Tokyo Law enforcement Club, Islands, as well as the Duke Heart preceded the discharge of the self-titled debut EP in November 2006. Programs for the full-length record had been slated for middle-2007.