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For Every Story Untold was formed when Lauren Edman and Brian Caesar met in the winter of 2009 in Astoria, NY.. A lifelong musician, Edman had previously written and played with several artists, making appearances on Sleepthief’s album The Dawnseeker and Delta-S’s Voyage to Isis. Caesar had previously been the bassist for As Tall As Lions, significantly helping in the writing and production of the band’s debut album Lafcadio. Since his departure from the group in 2004, he had only picked up his bass for a handful of shows with other artists, and he began refocusing on writing songs with supernatural elements in mind. Sharing drinks and chiming glasses, they scurried down the musical check list that night and were quickly brought to the conclusion that the two should collaborate on some works. The first song they wrote together was Hideout. The arrangement was derived from part of a score to a story that Caesar had written years ago. Edman took this background music and came up with a haunting vocal melody that gave the song new life. Caesar began to lay down other ideas that he had developed over the years in his Queens, NY apartment including the lyrical ghost stories Mistakes We’ve Made and Getaway Soul. The ideas were then sent back and forth between the two via email and quickly started to take shape. As the songs came to be, sound by sound and layer by layer, Edman and Caesar had felt that the texture of each of the tracks had began to establish their own identities. It became obvious after a few failed mixing sessions with other producers that in order to deliver the EP the way that they wanted it to be heard, it would have to be mixed by the band themselves. For Every Story Untold digitally released their debut EP Hideout in August 2010 and is currently recording material for a full length follow up. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.