The Jet Age certainly are a power trio from Washington, D.C. whose thematic, politically billed indie rock continues to be compared to rings like the Wedding ceremony Present, Hüsker Dü, as well as the Who. Following break up of his even more regular power pop work the Hurricane Lights in 2004, vocalist/songwriter Eric Tischler quickly shaped the Jet Age group with bassist Dave Meyer and drummer Pete Nuwayser. During periods for their initial record, Meyer was changed by previous Hurricane Lights bandmate Greg Barrett on bass. That debut, Breathless, premiered independently Sonic Boomerang label in 2006. Through the composing periods for the follow-up, Tischler had written three tracks in broadly divergent musical designs but despaired at producing them logically suit on a single record until he recalled an interview estimate in one of his musical heroes, Pete Townshend, who stated that songwriting often came much easier if he previously a “short” to create to. Motivated by the thought of composing a Quadrophenia-like idea album, Tischler developed a through range for the tracks which was up to date by his very own politics pessimism and anxieties about the protection of his wife and two kids. Their ambitious second record, What Did ONE DOES During the Battle, Daddy?, premiered in past due 2007, followed 2 yrs afterwards by their even more close third LP, In Like. Continuing within their recommended sociopolitical vein, the Plane Age’s fourth record, 2012’s Domestic Disruptions, addresses designs of psychological fallout from your faltering U.S. overall economy. Released in 2014, Jukebox Memoir eschewed the band’s common conceptual style and only tunes that paid homage to numerous bands that influenced them. Twelve months later on, Destroy. Rebuild resumed their politically themed narrative with a couple of songs created against the setting from the 2014 midterm elections as well as the Ferguson, Missouri riots.