The North Atlantic suffered exactly the same fate as literally a huge selection of indie bands each year: shaped while its members were even now in senior high school, the trio released an individual CD alone, then split once the members went to college. Unlike the vast majority of those rings, nevertheless, the North Atlantic got an urgent second opportunity when that incredibly rare self-released Compact disc was resurrected and much more broadly released over 3 years after they’d split. Shaped in Kalamazoo, MI in 1999 by vocalist and guitarist Jason Hendrix, his sibling drummer Cullen Hendrix, and bassist and keyboardist Jason Richards, the North Atlantic ultimately relocated towards the even more musically hip climes of NORTH PARK, where their mixture of immediate post-punk rhythms and Hendrix’s emo-charged vocal strength garnered the music group enough of an area following that these were in a position to eke out some little national trips. Their sole recording, Wires within the Wall space, was self-released in early 2003 to solid evaluations, but Hendrix drawn the plug for the music group in the summertime of that calendar year to come back to college. Normally, that could have already been that, but a little, fervent cult pursuing sprung up around Cables in the Wall space. We RELEASED Information, a subsidiary of East Western world Information (the Warner Music Group’s faux indie rock and roll imprint) operate by the air promotion and road group powerhouse the Music Syndicate, reissued Cables in the Wall space in July 2006. Around once, the North Atlantic a minimum of temporarily reunited for the national tour.