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I See Stars

About I See Stars

I See Stars are a hardcore band from Michigan who made their album debut in 2009 with a hybrid style drawing from both screamo and electronica.

Founded in Warren, MI, a bedroom community on the outskirts of metropolitan Detroit, the band features Devin Oliver (vocals), among other members. I See Stars released an EP, Green Light Go (2006), and an assortment of demo recordings prior to signing a recording contract with Sumerian Records in 2008.

In collaboration with producers Cameron Mizzell and James Paul Wisner, whose credits include alternative rock stars such as Paramore, Dashboard Confessional, and New Found Glory, I See Stars made their full-length album debut in 2009 with 3D.

The album sold relatively well for a band of unknown teenagers from the Midwest, reaching number 176 on the Billboard 200, and a video for the song “What This Means to Me” was released in promotion.

The band toured extensively in support of 3D, playing practically a show each day.
-Jason Birchmeier

I See Stars followed up their debut with The End of the World Party in 2011, Digital Renegade in 2012, and New Demons in 2013. Since Digital Renegade, the band began to shift for a heavier and EDM-based sound compared to their early material.

In 2015, rhythm guitarist Jimmy Gregerson and keyboardist/unclean vocalist Zach Johnson were released from the band. I See Stars continued as a four piece, putting out their acoustic EP Phases.

On their latest album, Treehouse, Devin Oliver performs both clean and unclean vocals, while drummer Andrew Oliver switched over to keyboards and shares vocal duties with Devin for live performances.

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