See Spot Run is a Canadian rock band from Montreal, Quebec. See Spot Run released an EP titled Traces in 1993. Their first full-length album, Ten Stories High, was released in 1997 on DEP/Universal. The band gained success with "Weightless", the title track and lead single from their second full-length album which reached No. 9 on the BDSrock chart, No. 6 on the top 40 chart, and No. 5 on the all Canadian chart
See Spot Run released an EP titled Traces in 1993. 5 on the all Canadian chart Recent Activity: "Pretty Holiday". See Spot Run released their 5th album "Pretty Holiday" on July 29, 2016. The first single is a cover of the Talking Heads hit "Burning Down The House". See Spot Run released Gonna Getcha in late 2007.
See Spot Run is a 2001 Canadian-American comedy film about a mailman who takes in a stray bullmastiff, the titular Spot, only to learn that he is a trained FBI dog that has escaped from a witness protection program and is targeted for killing by a crime boss. It was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Agent 11 is a crime-fighting bullmastiff used by the FBI; he partners with his master, Murdoch (Michael Clarke Duncan), in Seattle.
SEE SPOT RUN released their fourth CD Gonna Getcha early in 2008. The album is a result of collaboration between See Spot Run and producer Ed Krautner (Sum 41) and featured on the album is drummer Josh Trager (Sam Roberts). The title track from Gonna Getcha was immediately picked up by the hit TV series DeGrassi: The Next Generation.
See Spot Run released an EP titled Traces in 1993. 5 on the all Canadian chart. The song was certified by Neilson BDSradio as the highest charted independent song on the rock chart since the inception of BDS".
SEE SPOT RUN releases "My iPod Killed My Girlfriend" in HD! Produced by 65DollarTicket, "My iPod Killed my Girlfriend" is the second single from See Spot Run's third album "Gonna Getcha" released in 2007.