DLC’s brand of “Electric punk rock” (NME) has earned them supports slots with some of the nations best up and coming bands including: Franz Ferdinand, Bloc Party, Longview, Jetplane Landing, The Ordinary Boys and Towers Of London.
2009 sadly saw the departure of Dan and Nick, replaced by Paul Bearman on drums (Penny Racers Last Journey) and Natalie on bass. (Boulder left in 2007)
2010 Saw the release of their mini-album "The Four Horsemen".
Sadly Natalie decided to leave the band in early 2011 but has been replaced by orginal DLC bassist Nick Saunders.
In 2012 Drive Like Casey released their last album "8 O'clock In The Morning", a concept album based on the short story by Ray Nelson and loosely adapted movie "They Live" directed by John Carpenter.
DLC broke up in early 2013 but have reformed since for the occasional gig with both Paul and the original drummer Dan.
Dave went solo briefly under the guise of "the Allagash Waterway", Spike later joined him but left after a year or so to follow his own music project "Mad Roland".
Dave later recruited original DLC members Dan & Nick To "The Allagash Waterway".
Paul also went solo under the name "Paul Harley-Rose" and later ga...