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Created in 2001 in a garage by Andrew Capra and Chase Ottney the summer before high school began. At first the band was just a garage band recording on 4-tracks (released "Abandoned", a 4 song demo) but a year later their first legitimate show was a county Battle Of The Bands. The band took first prize and started to become serious. Eventually Chase left, and Geoff Peters and Hugh Hunter were added on drums and bass respectively. A 4-track demo was recorded @ PopSmear Studios in San Rafael, CA titled "The Day After Never EP". This caught the eye of owner Scott Llamas, who brought them back to record 2 more tracks in the winter.

By March 2003 the 16-year-old band had inked a deal with local indie PopSmear Records and released their first full length Anthem Of The Seasons in June. The album featured lush textures and a very intimate feel. The single "Better Than That" was a featured track on the first NorCal Compilation put out by Agent Record. In Summer 2003 Halfway did a promotional tour for the album across the state, as well as playing the JoshuaFest Festival. The band had officially picked up touring friend Adam Bialik from the funk/pop outfit On Lisa for guitar/background vocal duties for that tour and he became a permanent member.

Starting in January 2004 the band began preproduction for their second full length effort, and tracking began that March. The album was titled Beyond This City, which received regional radio play and label interest. Since the band often worked at the studio for other sessions, they tracked much of the album themselves. The sound was a very mature step in the harder direction with a wider range of material, ranging from chugging riffs to a piano ballad. Mainly reflections on young love, friendships, and acceptance of a band on its last run, the record is brutally honest. It was released in April 2004 with a sold out show in their hometown. Soon after the boys graduated high school and embarked on a Southwest US tour, taking a month on the road. By the end of the summer the band had played more successful hometown dates but decided to go their separate ways to start college. Andrew went on to form Hopefield in Southern California while attending UC Irvine, Adam eventually formed Hardly Formal at UC Santa Cruz. In December of 2006 the band reunited at their home venue The Verge in San Rafael to play another show together. It sold out a featured over an hour of material spanning most of the band's best in their catalog.

In 2007 Capra and Bialik resumed making music together under the name Brave Citizens. At this point their new project has released "Revolutions" EP and is currently touring.
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About Halfway to Nowhere

Created in 2001 in a garage by Andrew Capra and Chase Ottney the summer before high school began. At first the band was just a garage band recording on 4-tracks (released "Abandoned", a 4 song demo) but a year later their first legitimate show was a county Battle Of The Bands. The band took first prize and started to become serious. Eventually Chase left, and Geoff Peters and Hugh Hunter were added on drums and bass respectively. A 4-track demo was recorded @ PopSmear Studios in San Rafael, CA titled "The Day After Never EP". This caught the eye of owner Scott Llamas, who brought them back to record 2 more tracks in the winter.

By March 2003 the 16-year-old band had inked a deal with local indie PopSmear Records and released their first full length Anthem Of The Seasons in June. The album featured lush textures and a very intimate feel. The single "Better Than That" was a featured track on the first NorCal Compilation put out by Agent Record. In Summer 2003 Halfway did a promotional tour for the album across the state, as well as playing the JoshuaFest Festival. The band had officially picked up touring friend Adam Bialik from the funk/pop outfit On Lisa for guitar/background vocal duties for that tour and he became a permanent member.

Starting in January 2004 the band began preproduction for their second full length effort, and tracking began that March. The album was titled Beyond This City, which received regional radio play and label interest. Since the band often worked at the studio for other sessions, they tracked much of the album themselves. The sound was a very mature step in the harder direction with a wider range of material, ranging from chugging riffs to a piano ballad. Mainly reflections on young love, friendships, and acceptance of a band on its last run, the record is brutally honest. It was released in April 2004 with a sold out show in their hometown. Soon after the boys graduated high school and embarked on a Southwest US tour, taking a month on the road. By the end of the summer the band had played more successful hometown dates but decided to go their separate ways to start college. Andrew went on to form Hopefield in Southern California while attending UC Irvine, Adam eventually formed Hardly Formal at UC Santa Cruz. In December of 2006 the band reunited at their home venue The Verge in San Rafael to play another show together. It sold out a featured over an hour of material spanning most of the band's best in their catalog.

In 2007 Capra and Bialik resumed making music together under the name Brave Citizens. At this point their new project has released "Revolutions" EP and is currently touring.
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Alternative Rock

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