The Fully Down was a melodic punk band from Ottawa, Canada, consisting of vocalist Gab Bouchard, drummer Dicky Latour, bassist Alex Newman, and guitarists George Hadji, Kris Parks, and Dan Hay. They have released two LPs, their debut No Fate...But What We Make For Ourselves and their 2005 full-length Don't Get Lost in a Movement. Their sound has been compared to influences as widely ranging as Iron Maiden, Thrice, Strung Out and even The Police.
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The Fully Down Canadian rock band that was formed in Ottawa in 1999, with the recording lineup coming together in 2003. The band debuted in June 2004 on Pop Culture Records with No Fate...But What We Make for Ourselves and they went on three weeks Warped Tour 2004 to support it. Warped Tour gave them their first taste of U.S. exposure, which accelerated their popularity in North America.
The Fully Down signed to Fearless Records in August 2005. Their Fearless debut, Don't Get Lost In A Movement was released in North America November 22, 2005. The following spring, the band headed out on the Fear and Loathing Tour with Protest The Hero, A Wilhelm Scream, Bayside and The Spill Canvas. The tour ended halfway through April, and they began touring with Boy Sets Fire and Versus the Mirror until the end of May. The summer of 2006 was spent back on the Warped Tour.
In late 2006, the band appeared on the Radio Rebellion Tour with Norma Jean, Between the Buried and Me, and Fear Before the March of Flames and Misery Signals. They also toured Japan with Bodyjar, Bigwig and Fact in late 2006.