Most bands are formed from a group a friends, but these guys didn’t even know each other when they started jamming together. They come from three different schools, have radically different hobbies outside of music, and would not have crossed paths had they not all taken private music lessons at the same place.
As an experiment, these boys were grouped together to see if they could work together and jam. It was a learning experience for them as well as a promotional benefit for the establishment.
Not happy with the hour they were getting to spend together at the shop, they set up weekly jam sessions and practiced for hours together, getting to know each other. They learned new music at a breakneck pace, dabbled in writing their own material, learned how to read each other’s intentions, and best yet… became friends.