Dive in to the Deep End of the Pool and There Ain't No Water in There
Before they became Your Local Cemetery, Adrian DeLeon, Eric Rotteveel and Jacob Sutherland started out as a few friends in the unfortunately small town of Dixon, California.
After graduating high school they started jamming messy covers of Modern Baseball and The Front Bottoms in Eric's bedroom. They didn't originally set out to become a band, and only ever joked about it when they thought of a funny band name. Then one late night when driving around trying to think of a place to practice, a joke about playing a show in the local cemetery eventually became the name that stuck.
They performed their first set at their friends birthday party in December of 2016 then quietly began writing songs while attending college in Sacramento. Jacob was studying audio production and quickly became the bands producer and Engineer. After one semester of an intro to recording class, the band got together in June of 2017 and put out a homemade acoustic EP called ...And It's Been Down Hill Ever Since. One year and a handful of shows later the band finally started to find it's sound somewhere between east coast DIY and indie dream pop. They then released the EP Diners, Diners and Diners