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After emerging on the Dallas scene in 2001, playing hundreds of shows throughout Texas and garnering a fan base as an indie band, Eisley was signed to Warner Bros. The band won 'Best New Artist' from the Dallas Observer Music Awards in the same year.
The band had some early radio success with the song "Telescope Eyes" from the Laughing City E. It was ranked top 25th most played song on FM 102.1 ("The Edge") in Dallas, Texas in 2003.
The band went on to tour with Hot Hot Heat in July.
During this tour Eisley's then bassist, Taylor Muse who admittedly was never 100% invested in the band (despite contributing their namesake), announced he was leaving to pursue his own Christian rock band Quiet Company (named after a song by The National).
At Brewtones, the band played with many other acts such as Ester Drang, Midlake, Waterdeep, and others.
The band played numerous weekend shows at the venue until they became too busy with other opportunities.
I lean on them so much and feel super thankful to have them close by.