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A Step Behind formed in the summer of 2002 and hailing from the sleepy town of Pearland, Texas A Step Behind has emerged as a punk band to be reckoned with. With a blend of energy, motivation, melody, and drive A Step Behind doles out catchy, sometimes emotional songs, that incorporate their life experiences, hopes, and even dreams which have tugged at the ears and souls of their many fans who relate to every verse.

Writing awesome songs, playing high-energy shows, and focusing on their fans and would be fans have made A Step Behind a band to watch. "Our focus is to energize the crowd with the energy that we feel every night on stage," says lead singer Matt Geronimo.

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Since We Can't Have Forever

© 2004 99cent Records

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"...since we can't have forever.... we can have tonight"

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Fresh off a west coast tour, A Step Behind continues working hard to build a reputation for themselves playing shows throughout Texas. Leaving an inevitable mark in every town, developing an ever-growing fan base. Their hard work and determination allowed A Step Behind to finish 5th out of over 4,000 bands nationwide in the Ernie Ball Battle of the Band's 8. A Step Behind is creating a reputation that no one will ever forget.

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