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Palomar: Rachel Warren, Christina Prostano, Sarah Brockett, Dale W. MIller

Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, Palomar was formed by former Trixie Belden singer and bassist Rachel Warren and Sasha Alcot, plus drummer Matt Hauser. After their self-released, self-titled debut, they added second guitarist Christina Prostrano, and Sasha left the band, to be replaced by Sarah Brockett. After their second album, Palomar II, Matt was replaced by current drummer Dale W. Miller, in time for their third album, Palomar III: The Revenge of Palomar. In 2006, Palomar signed to Misra records, and a fourth album (which, odds are, will be called All Things, Forests), is due out March 20th, 2007.

The band plays incredibly catchy pop-punk songs, notable for their harmonies and overlapping vocal lines. Their early songs are very fast, and the band has gotten progressively slower with each passing year.
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petesaez (level 4) wrote:
The Planeiac is one of the best songs I have ever heard in my life. Albacore is also really fucking good.
You guys are really fucking talented.
1 year ago
roryks (level 14) wrote:
First song I ever heard by these guys - featured over at SXSW - and it knocked me for six.

Palomar are the best darn band in the world. There, I said it.
7 years ago
beckysalljazzy (level 31) wrote:
I'm so glad you're on The Sixtyone! Welcome!

The Planeiac has been one of my favorite songs for years now. Hope you post more here soon!
8 years ago
waltdiggs (level 24) wrote:
Palomar, you kick ass! Bear with us listeners, the new artists and uploads are pouring in at a scary pace today. It's hard to keep up...so give folks time and I'm sure they'll catch up and really enjoy what they hear. Welcome to T61!
8 years ago