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Origin: Vancouver, British Columbia

Genre: Pop punk

Years active: 2000–2003

Members:
Brittin Karroll
Colette Trudeau
Felicity Herst
Leah Emmott

Discography:
Studio albums
Seeing Red (2002, includes singles, “I’m Afraid of Britney Spears”, “Emotional Griptape” and “Get With It”)
Goes on a Field Trip (2003, includes singles, Let’s Go)

EP
Fifteen Will Get You Twenty (2002, includes re-recorded and re-mastered songs from off of Seeing Red)

Biography:

LiveonRelease was a Canadian all-girl pop punk band from Vancouver formed 2000 and broke up in 2003.

LiveonRelease was typical of pop punk/rock bands at the time, but disappearing as the genre’s popularity waned, which is why the band sounds like Avril Lavigne’s Let Go era. The name, LiveonRelease originates from basketball jargon.

In 2002, they released Seeing Red, which included the singles “I’m Afraid of Britney Spears”, “Get With It”, and “Emotional Griptape”. “I’m Afraid of Britney Spears” also appeared on the Dude, Where’s My Car? soundtrack.

In 2003, they released their second album Goes on a Fieldtrip, which included the single “Let’s Go”. Their second CD is produced by Peter Karroll & Doug Fury Inc, with the executive producer being Bif Naked. This CD was mixed by Shaun Thingvold.

LiveonRelease disbanded shortly after the release of Goes on a Fieldtrip.