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Magnetic Morning made their musical debut as The Setting Suns in 2007 as they released their The Setting Suns EP in 2007. The EP was comprised of 5 tracks which were Cold War Kids, Yesterday's Flowers, The Way Love Used to Be (The Kinks cover), Dont Go To Dream State and Cold War Kids (Get Claudius).
Later on the band changed its name to Magnetic Morning from The Setting Suns, as an entity with the same name already existed.
Indie Rock group, Magnetic Mornings original line up consists of Adam Franklin who is the lead singer and guitarist of the band and Sam Fogarino who plays drums for the band. Magnetic Morning also includes Jimmy LaValle on keyboard, while Blasco plays the guitar and Josh Stoddard plays the bass for the band.
Franklin and Fogarino had a close mutual friend Jack Rabid, and through him, the duo met for the first time in 2006 in New York City on a dinner. This first meeting was then followed by the formation of The Setting Suns during the winters in late 2006 and early 2007.
After its formation the band released its first Self Titled E.P comprising of 5 tracks in 2007. The EP was released for digital downloads on iTunes on November 17, 2007. The hard copy of the EP was released later in the following year on April 19, 2008. The EP was released on DH Records.
The band released its debut album A.M on October 21, 2008 on Friend or Faux. The release came with a free download of a track titled At a Crossroads, Passive. The album comprised of 10 tracks including Spring Unseen, The Wrong Turning, Out in the Streets and And I Wonder.
Following the release of their album, Magnetic Morning kicked off a series of live concerts in support of their debut album. They started their United States Tour on October 15, 2008, when they performed live at Caledonia Lounge in Athens, Georgia.
The very next day band headed to Chapel Hill, NC, where they performed live at Local 506. As their tour progressed, the following day the band headed to Washington DC to perform live at Rock and Roll Hotel.
Their next stop was Philadelphia, where they performed their concert at Johnny Brendas on October 18, 2008. After a break of one day, Magnetic Morning commenced their US Tour on October 20, 2008 performing live at Great Scott in Allston, MA. Brooklyns South Paw hosted their next live concert, the following day.
While the delay of one day, Magnetic Morning commenced its tour performing live at Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto, Canada. On October 24 and October 25, the band performed in front of the live audience at The Grog Shop, Cleveland and The Cactus Club, Milwaukee, MN.
Chicagos The Empty Bottle hosted the band for their next live performance on October 26, 2008, followed by another concert at 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis, the very next day.
They performed their second last concert of the month on October 30th at Chop Suey Seattle, Washington followed by the last concert of the month on October 31st at Doug Fir Lounge in Portland, Oregon.
The band gave its first live performance for the following month on November 2, 2008 when they performed in San Francisco, California at The Independent. The next day band headed to the city of angels performing in a concert live at The Roxy.
San Diego, California was their next destination where they performed live at the Casbah on November 4th. The band gave its next three live performances at House of Blues, Dallas, Texas; Waterloo Park, Austin, Texas and The Earl, Atlanta, Georgia on 7th, 8th and 10th of November, 2008.