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Math and Physics Club are an indie pop band based in Seattle, Washington. The members are Charles Bert (vocals, rhythm guitar), Ethan Jones (bass, keyboards) and James Werle (lead guitar). This lineup coalesced in 2004, and has released three EPs and three full-length albums on Santa Barbara-based Matinee Recordings. They are often associated with Australian labelmates The Lucksmiths and twee pop band Tullycraft, and Pitchfork Media described their work as "music to hold hands to" after The Lucksmiths' song on the album "Why That Doesn't Surprise Me".
Math and Physics Club began as a basement project for longtime friends Charles Bert (vocals) and James Werle (guitar). Their first release was a digital-only single on Comfort Stand Recordings which featured an early version of the song Graduation Day, along with a b-side titled Everybody Lies. Both songs featured keyboards by early collaborator Andrew Hall, according