Playing intelligent but simple rock and roll that harks back again to ‘60s garage area, ‘70s punk, and ‘80s college rock and roll, the Smooth Pack feature vocalist/guitarist Matt Lamkin, guitarist Matty McLoughlin, bassist Dave Lantzman, and drummer Brian Hill. The music group formed in NORTH PARK in 2008, when Lamkin and McLoughlin made a decision to fill up the void of simple, catchy rock rings in their city. Initially, they known as themselves the Muslims, as well as released two Oct 2008 singles, Parasites/Strolling with Jesus on I Hate Rock and roll n’ Move and Extinction/My Adobe flash you on Sweet Teeth Information, under that moniker. Nevertheless, bad and ignorant feedback about the name prompted them to improve it towards the Soft Pack. Their 1st launch under that name, the Nightlife/Shiny Side single, made an appearance in March 2009, as do the Muslims EP, which collected the tracks using their earlier singles aswell as some fresh tunes that also later on appeared on, may 2009’s Extinction solitary. Around that point the Soft Pack — who right now called LA home — started documenting their debut recording with maker Eli Janney. The Soft Pack premiered by Kemado in early 2010. The music group returned 2 yrs later on with Strapped, a far more expansive and subdued group of songs.