Audacity

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Random information on the term “Audacity”:

Audacity is an American garage rock band from Fullerton, California, United States.

Audacity was formed in 2001, when members Kyle Gibson, Matt Schmalfeld, Cole Wilson, and Chuck Mordant were in 6th grade. In the band’s early days, they played at their school carnival and at many house parties. The band won a local Battle of the Bands in their freshman year of high school, and organized a benefit concert for victims of Hurricane Katrina. Audacity released their debut full-length album, Power Drowning, in 2009 via Burger Records. They released their second full-length album, Mellow Cruisers, in 2012 via Burger Records and Recess Records. Their third album, Butter Knife, was released in 2013, and Hyper Vessels was released in 2016 via Suicide Squeeze Records.

Audacity proudly hails from Fullerton, California, home of The Adolescents, Social Distortion, Lit, and seminal punk band, The Middle Class. Audacity was named Best Punk Band in 2014 at the OC Music Awards, and band members Schmalfeld and Gibson were praised for their punker than punk acceptance speech.

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