Audacity was formed in 2001, when members Kyle Gibson, Cole Wilson, and Chuck Moudant 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 when they were Freshman in 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. Finders Keepers (2013).
Audacity is Ugly Duckling's fourth studio album, which was released on January 12, 2009. It has a generally more melancholy feel than their previous, mostly up-beat work. I Won't Let It Die" - 4:15. The Takedown" - 3:52. Audacity - Parts One and Two" - 5:03. Falling Again" - 4:22. I Want To Believe" - 4:52. Einstein Do It (Night on Scratch Mountain)" - 4:30. The Lonely Ones" - 4:11.
Audacity has toured the US extensively and has also toured Europe and Japan. They are known for their unique sound, which has been called Surf Punk, Punk Pop, Garage Slop, and Power Pop. The band was scheduled to play a last show at Fullerton's Continental Room on October 29th, 2017, but pulled out of the lineup.
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Audacity is an American garage rock band from Fullerton, California, United States. Audacity was formed in 2001, when members Kyle Gibson, Cole Wilson, and Chuck Moudant were in 6th Grade. The band won a local Battle of the Bands when they were Freshman in high school, and organized a benefit concert for victims of Hurricane Katrina
Audacity have long been paragons of California’s lo-fi punk community. Way back in 2007, the quartet recorded their little-heard debut album, Juva Jive, which got some test pressings but never saw wide distribution. Now, the nine-track effort has been rescued from record-crate obscurity and given a proper vinyl and cassette release through Burger Records and Cut-Rate Records. Recorded when the band members were still in high school, Juva Jive closes with Mode, a distortion-heavy heap of chugging power chords and eck snarl that ends with the snot-nosed compliment, I like.