Pacifico is a music Collective started by singer/songwriter Matthew Schwartz in the summer of 1999. What was first started as a side project has since toured the US many times, released 3 full lengths, 2 compilations, 6 EPs, 1 split Ep with Copeland and several singles, and is now reaching its 20th year.
Notable marks in their career would be having their songs featured in movies (Wish For Christmas), on TV shows (Now What?, Sausage Factory), in video games (Rock Band Download), and on the radio. Additionally, their music video for “xMultiplyx” played on MTV and FUSE. The revolving door of being a collective has led to many musicians joining Matthew in the studio and on stage, the most notable would be, Jason Martin (Starflyer 59), Steven Dial (Project 86), and Sam West (Stavesacre), Jesse Sprinkle (Poor Old Lu), Ronnie Martin (Joy Electric), Jeremiah Edmond (Manchester Orchestra), Producer Matt Goldman, Mark McClusky, and art by Trey Wadsworth (Adult Swim) among others. Pacifico got their name from The Lassie Foundation’s 1999 album with the same name.