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Man Overboard is an American Pop Punk band from Mt. Laurel and Williamstown, New Jersey that began in 2008. Since then, they have released two EPs, an acoustic EP, a split with Boston pop punk band Transit, a compilation and four full-length albums. Taking influence from such Pop Punk acts as Blink-182, Saves the Day and Taking Back Sunday, Man Overboard play a brand of upbeat and poppy pop punk with the emotion of 90s emo acts such as The Promise Ring. The band is currently signed to Rise Records.They are well-known for their motto within the pop punk scene to "Defend Pop Punk".


Members[]

Current Members

  • Nik Bruzzese - lead vocals, bass (2008–present)
  • Justin Collier - rhythm guitar (2010–present), drums (2009–2010)
  • Zac Eisenstein - lead vocals, rhythm guitar, piano (2008–present)
  • Joe Talarico - drums (2012–present)
  • Wayne Wildrick - lead guitar (2008–2010, 2011–present)

Former members

  • Justin Mondschein - drums (2008)
  • Mike Hrycenko - drums (2010–2012)

Discography[]

Studio Albums

  • Real Talk (Run for Cover Records, 2010)
  • Man Overboard (Rise Records, 2011) No. 181 US
  • Heart Attack (Rise Records, 2013) No. 46 US
  • Heavy Love (Rise Records, 2015)

Singles & EPs

  • Hung Up on Nothing (self-released, 2008)
  • Dalia EP (Run for Cover Records, 2009)
  • Split 7" with Transit (Pure Noise Records, 2009)
  • Noise from Upstairs (Run for Cover Records, 2010)
  • The Absolute Worst (Rise Records/Lost Tape Collective, 2011)
  • Dead End Dreams (self-released, 2011)
  • Passing Ends (Rude Records/Lost Tape Collective, 2014)
  • Split " with Senses Fail (Pure Noise Records, 2015)

Live Albums

  • Live at Leeds 12/10 (self-released, 2010)

Compilations

  • Before We Met: A Collection of Old Songs (Panic Records, 2010)
  • The Human Highlight Reel (Run for Cover Records, 2011)

Videography[]

  • "Montrose" (Run for Cover Records, 2011) – directed by Mel Soria[1]
  • "Something's Weird" (Rise Records, 2012)
  • "Dead End Dreams" (Rise Records, 2012)
  • "Where I Left You" (Rise Records, 2013)
  • "How to Hide Your Feelings" (Rise Records, 2014) – directed by Eric Teti[2]
  • "Wide Awake" (Rise Records, 2014) – directed by Max Moore[3]
  • "For Vince" (Rise Records, 2014) – directed by Eric Teti[4]
  • "Borderline" (Rise Records, 2015)
  • "Now That You're Home" (Rise Records, 2015)
  • "Splinter" (Rise Records, 2015)
  • "She's in Pictures" (Rise Records, 2015)

Audio[]

Al Sharpton (2010)

References[]

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