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The Backseat Lovers formed in 2018

The Backseat Lovers have taken off in the past couple of years
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Abby Kearns
Live concert of The Backseat Lovers

The Backseat Lovers is an American alternative rock band. They formed their band in 2018.

The lead singer, Joshua Harmon, and guitarist Jonas Swanson first met when they were waiting in line for an open mic in 2017. This open mic took place in Provo, Utah.

These two clicked almost immediately. Later on, they were joined by drummer Juice Welch and bassist Ethan Christensen. However, shortly after, Christensen was replaced by KJ Ward.

In the month of June of 2018, the band self-released its first EP, Elevator Days.

Later in January of 2019, Back Seat Lovers released its first studio album, When We Were Friends. This album features the singles “Male Syrup” and “Kilby Girl,”which greatly contributed to their streaming success and listener growth.

The band took off and started going on tours around the world, showing their music. Their first tour was in 2019.

The Backseat Lovers have taken off since first forming their band together. They are now well known, and their music is trendy and very loveable. They are on Spotify and SoundCloud. They also sell merchandise on their website. Go check out their music and website to learn more about them.

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Abby Kearns
Abby Kearns, Managing Editor
Abby Kearns is a junior. She is in her third year of Journalism as Managing Editor. She loves being outside, hiking, being with friends and family, and learning new things. She's excited for making new friends and memories this school year.
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