An emo music group in the right now fairly old-school mildew of genre forefathers SUNSHINEY DAY Real Estate, THE STORYPLOT Changes will be the eyesight of singer and guitarist Tag McMillon. Through a lot of the 1990s and in to the brand-new millennium, the Dayton OH-based McMillon was the only real constant person in a long-running action called Fishing rod. When that band’s last lineup split not long following the discharge of their last record, THE STORYPLOT Adjustments Everyday, McMillon retired the name and thought we would regroup under an amended edition from the album’s name. After launching a split Compact disc with fellow Dayton action Sparechange? that was mainly pulled from several weekend home-recording periods, McMillon pulled jointly a well balanced lineup for the storyplot Adjustments, adding second guitarist Lokie Lewis (previously of When Sparks Take a flight), bassist George Bradley, and drummer Chris “Poppy” Popadak (past due of Gun Steel Grey). Following a recording from the band’s debut recording, YESTERDAY EVENING a ROCK-BAND Saved MY ENTIRE LIFE, Lewis remaining the group; the rest of the members continued being a trio, including a well-received stint over the 2006 Vans Warped Tour. In early 2007, Bradley also still left the music group, for personal factors. A longtime friend of McMillon’s, Matt Jenkins, stepped in as Bradley’s substitute just with time for the 2007 summer months touring season.