La Dispute is an American post-hardcore band from Grand Rapids, Michigan, formed in 2004. The current lineup is vocalist Jordan Dreyer, drummer Brad Vander Lugt, guitarist Chad Morgan-Sterenberg, guitarist Corey Stroffolino and bass guitarist Adam Vass. The band released their debut album, Vancouver, in 2006 on Friction Records and then temporarily signed to Forest Life records where they released Here, Hear. and Untitled 7" in May 2008. Their second studio album Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair was released in conjunction with Here, Hear II. on No Sleep Records in November 2008. Here, Hear III., The Worth of the World and Never Come Undone then followed before releasing their third studio album, Wildlife. Their fourth studio album, Rooms of the House, was released on March 18, 2014. Panorama, their fifth studio album, was released on March 22nd, 2019, almost exactly five years later.
|Origin:||Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.|
|Genres:||Post-hardcore, emo, experimental rock, spoken word|
|Labels:||No Sleep, Forest Life, Friction, Better Living, Big Scary Monsters, Epitaph|
|Associated acts:||Touché Amoré, Koji|
|Members:||Jordan Dreyer, Brad Vander Lugt, Chad Morgan-Sterenberg, Adam Vass, Corey Stroffolino|
|Past members:||Kevin Whittemore, Adam Kool, Derek Sterenberg|
|Twitter:||La Dispute (band)'s Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||La Dispute (band)'s Facebook profile|
|Bandcamp artist ID:||ladispute|
About Jordan Dreyer
Known as the lead singer and lyricist of the progressive rock band La Dispute. He and his bandmates released their third full length studio album, Rooms of the House, in 2014.
He had previously been a writer of poetry and nonfiction prior to his time in La Dispute. He and his cousin, Brad Vander, initially founded the group in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 2004.
His 2014 album Rooms of the House was featured on Paste Magazine's and Rock Sound magazine's Top 50 Albums of the Year lists. That same year, he and his bandmates toured 16 countries, and played over 70 shows.
He was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
He has cited Kurt Vonnegut as a chief artistic inspiration for his lyric composition.
Information related to La Dispute (band)
- https://www.ladispute.org/ Official site
- http://andtothegloriouspast.wordpress.com/ Blog