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Swell is an indie rock band formed in San Francisco in 1989 when David Freel (vocals/guitar) and Sean Kirkpatrick (drums) decided to record an album.
The band recorded a self-titled debut album and released it on Freel's own pSychoSpecific label in April 1990. Swell's influences range from 80's post-punk bands, Pink Floyd to folk, noise pop and Ennio Morricone film scores.
Freel, Kirkpatrick and Mark Signorelli (bass) spent the summer of 1990 busking on the streets of Europe, mainly in Spain. They returned to the States in time to pick up a support slot for Mazzy Star at San Francisco's I-Beam. But before they even played this first US show, Signorelli moved to New York City and passed bass duties on to Monte Vallier, and John Dettman-Lytle had joined as a second guitarist.
This configuration toured around California during the fall of 1990. By early 1991 their booking agent in Belgium was calling them back