"Copeland" is an indie rock group, originating in the city of Lakeland, Florida. Originally formed in 2000 by singer Aaron Marsh (who also plays the guitar, mellotron, organ, and piano) with his friend, bassist and backup singer James Likeness. Bryan Laurenson, guitarist, and Jon Bucklew, drummer (who took the place of Rusty, ex-drummer of Copeland and drummer on ''Beneath Medicine Tree'') give the band an original feel that makes Copeland what they are. In 2002, they signed a record deal with independent label The Militia Group and released their debut album ''Beneath Medicine Tree'' a year later. They operate out of Atlanta, Georgia and have a calm, pop-rocky sound. In 2004, 2005, and 2006 they performed at the annual Cornerstone Florida Festival in Orlando, Florida. ''In Motion'', Copeland's second full length CD, was released on March 22, 2005. ''Eat, Sleep, Repeat'', Copeland's third full length album, will be released on October 31, 2006.
''Beneath Medicine Tree'' features a heavy medical theme. Aaron Marsh admits that the lyrics in this album were inspired by the hospitalisation of his girlfriend and the death of his grandmother. The album booklet includes photograph...
|origin||Lakeland, Florida (U.S. state)|
|music genre||Indie rock|
|current members|| Aaron Marsh|
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