Do Make Say Think is a Canadian instrumental post-rock band from Toronto, Ontario. The band formed in 1995 as a recording project for a Canadian youth dramatic production. They rehearsed for the aforementioned production in an empty elementary school room, there they took the four simple verbs 'Do', 'Make', 'Say' and 'Think' from the walls of the room and adopted them as their band name. In 1996 the band starts to come along as they practice in the rehearsal room in the basement of the University of Toronto radio station CIUT. Their music combines jazz style drums and space style electronic effects, distorted guitars and wind instruments.
The group consists of Ohad Benchetrit (guitar, bass, saxophone, flute), David Mitchell (drums), James Payment (drums), Justin Small (guitar) and Charles Spearin (bass, guitar, trumpet). Jason Mackenzie (keyboards, effects) departed after the first album. Justin Small is also involved in a side project entitled Lullabye Arkestra as a drummer with his partner and bassist Katia Taylor. They have been produced by Benchetrit, who along with Spearin records and tours with the Toronto super-group Broken Social Scene.