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"Recently, I had the distinct pleasure of working with S1NGLETON. I had never been a fan of the new Pop/ Punk genre, but these guys brought something different to it. Thru the screaming monster guitar riffs, the Keith Moon style "explosive" drumming, to the sometimes comical, but always heartfelt lyrics (one of my favorite lines in ANY song being from "Burial," "Disembowel me, 'Cause I think I hate my guts anyway") , they set themselves apart from any of the other bands in this field. I loved working with them. They were open to new ideas, they were very well rehearsed, and they are some of the most insanely fun guys to be around. They've learned alot from the "Old Skool" Punk bands I grew up loving...i.e. Rancid, Social Distortion, Ramones, Me First and the Gimmie Gimmies, NOFX, ect. Yet they have their own sound, and it freakin' ROCKS! One of the best sessions I've ever been in. Everyone was rolling on the floor laughing and sharing in the good times. Which is very important when cutting tracks, because if you can't have a good time, then why bother? And, I think the good vibe transferred to the recordings. Wonderfully talented, not at all pretentious, very driven and ready to take on the world. Here's to S1NGLETON! Keeping TRUE Punk Rock alive! Thank you guys for playing great music and giving me great memories." --Vincent Todd, Producer, Baldwin Entertainment

"S1NGLETON is simply wonderful. We don't even know where to start. Their music is amazing. Everytime we listen to it, it seriously makes us want to dance.. which we usually end up doing. Hah. But on a more serious note, their music is good ol' rock 'n' roll. We know that their music alone is going to get them far in the music business. We are proud to spend most of our time promoting S1NGLETON to get them to where they should be in the music industry. (:"- Emotional Promo

"S1NGLETON writes some great music! In the veins of Face to Face, and Lagwagon. S1NGLETON writes music that fills a deep void in this day and age of fake ass metalcore and pretentious indie rock. S1NGLETON is music without bullshit, without fashion, without the veil of egomania...simply good music, signature S1NGLETON" - Serious Recordings

"S1NGLETON is very 2000 pop punk, which i for one love" - Brian of Media Darling

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'04- Demo released
'05- 3 song demo recorded for major label consideration with Baldwin Entertainment These songs appear on our MySpace profile. Pacific has recieved airplay on 98 Rock.
'09- ...One Tragedy At A Time (Full Length)



Formed in mid 2005, S1NGLETON boasts a passionate alternative, punk sound that combines high energy with well-crafted harmonies. The band was founded by lead vocalist/guitarist Cameron Springfield and was initially intended to be a solo project—a little-known fact to many. After a short period of composing S1NGLETON’s music alone, Springfield soon realized that a sound which was as explosive and multi-faceted as he envisioned would require expanding the project to include drums, a second guitar, and bass.

Several months later, S1NGLETON’s initial line-up had taken shape with the addition of drummer Jack Chavez and guitarist Matty Rockville. Shortly thereafter, the band went into the studio to record a self-titled 4-song demo and prepared to establish a name for itself in the Baltimore/Washington DC music scene. Just as S1NGLETON geared up to debut their sound in area venues, Matty Rockville announced that he would be leaving the band to pursue other career interests and amicably parted ways with the band. As Rhyan Bailey quickly stepped in to replace Matty Rockville and add a second set of vocals, the band also welcomed bassist Damian Nopulos, thus rounding out a 4-man lineup. However, as S1NGLETON’s rocky history indicated, this would not be the last of band member changes. After spending several months playing local shows regularly and writing material for their upcoming full-length debut CD, the band asked Chavez to leave the band, citing personal and creative differences as grounds for the decision. Two months later, Nick James was added to the roster. In the summer of 2008, Rhyan left the band due to personal conflicts and Nima Khazaeli replaced Damian on bass. Nick resigned in the summer of 2009 and was replaced by Chad Springfield

Within a few short months, S1NGLETON succeeded in bombarding the local music scene, as well as New England with its catchy blend of melodic, toe-tapping tunes and undeniable harmonies that came together to form an explosive live show whose energy could not be ignored. Fans and onlookers alike were quickly drawn to the bursts of creative energy that detonated every time this threesome collaborated musically—earning the band comparisons to veteran acts from Blink 182 and Rancid, to Alkaline Trio and Sugarcult. This collective talent and infectiously captivating songs gave the band an opportunity to share stages with national acts such as Mustard Plug, Voodoo Glow Skulls, The River City Rebels, The Aggrolites, and The Toasters to name a few. In addition, they were slotted on the 2008 Utica Music Fest, which was headlined by Rusted Root and Lifehouse. Armed with a very loyal fan base and a vehement passion to introduce their sound to the world, S1NGLETON traveled to Nashville, TN in November of 2007 to record three polished tracks with renowned artist development company, Baldwin Entertainment. The demo would serve to expose S1NGLETON to major record labels with the help of Baldwin. While the demo continued to be shopped by Baldwin, the band maintained its vigor by subsequently recording and releasing an independent, self-produced, 2-song demo in the summer of 2008. As the year draws to a close, S1NGLETON has shown no sign of slowing down, already slating to begin tracking songs in October for their forthcoming debut, “…One Tragedy at a Time.”