Black Lab is an alternative rock band founded in Berkeley, California and currently based in Los Angeles and Montana.
They released one album on Geffen Records, entitled Your Body Above Me, and scored two rock radio hits in the US, "Wash It Away" in 1997 and "Time Ago" in 1998. After leaving Geffen in 1999, the band signed to Epic Records, but did not release any material, and left the label after two years.
The band is now unsigned. They have independently released an EP and three full-length albums since 2003, the latest being Two Strangers released in October 2010. Passion Leaves a Trace, released in 2007, featured the single "Mine Again" and gained significant exposure through internet media outlets. Paul Durham and Andy Ellis are currently the core members, with Isaac Carpenter and Brian Paturalski accompanying in the studio. The band works with Secret Road Music Services and Paul Durham’s licensing company, Snap Music Licensing, to make the band’s available for licensing.
On November 15, Paul Durham announced the release of their album A New World.