And All I Got Was This Lousy
Plan B Pursuit began in Boerne, Texas where two young, lazy restaurant workers (Tim and Jake) met in 2003. After their separate bands (Scamper, Forever Glass) broke up, the young punks began to practice each other's songs in parking lots. After a few months, the practice sessions turned into shows at apartments and street corners. In May of 2005, the duo recorded their first full length (And All I Got Was This Lousy...) with Jake on guitar and Tim on bass and drums, while the two shared vocal and writing duties. The album was released with an overtly positive reception. In June of 2005, the band received an email from Smokey (Filthy & the Muff Divers) applying for the job of percussionist for the band. After the lineup was completed, Plan B Pursuit began playing shows around Texas and building a fan base worldwide. In 2006, the trio began writing and demoing songs for their sophomore release. After playing with bands like The Toasters, No Use For a Name, Whole Wheat Bread, and Cobra Skulls, the band began recording their second full length (Under Your Hat) in December 2006. After a long and frustrating production process, the album is due to be released in stores in July 2008, along with a West coast tour of the United States.