After the disintegration of his mainstay band, Jeff Byron decided to distance himself from the fallout then pick and choose from a host of LA talents that would make up his dream band. The objective: simply to play fun noise with a cluster of maladjusted outsider musicians.
The first slab of the puzzle snapped into place when Regan Farquhar (better know as Busdriver) began frequenting Jeff’s studio to write pop songs and record into the we-hours. These first songs became the beginning of Physical Forms, a band hell-bent on pulverizing the inner-adult of anyone in earshot.
As the songs began taking shape, their approach congealed into something. The sound landed somewhere between a zany hybrid of Kids Incorporated, aged arena rock and some form of DIY scene abandonment. In keeping with this spirit they enlisted drummers Marcus Savino (formerly of the Mae Shi, Silver Daggers, Bad Dudes) , Kevin Lenhart (Division Day) and keyboardist/bassist Marty Sataman (formerly of Bad Dudes, Silver Daggers). The sonic wallop evoked by the ragtag group of LA fixture spares any polish and pushes for an all-inclusive onslaught of the senses. Catharsis always wins.
Physical Forms are currently working on a debut full-length and will be playing locally in Los Angeles throughout the end of the year.