Golden State is an indie rock band from Los Angeles, CA. Band members include former Paloalto vocalist James Grundler (vocals/guitar), Marc Boggio (guitar), Kemble Walters (drums), and Elias Reidy (bass), formerly of The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus.
Vocalist James Grundler is formerly known for heading Los Angeles-based band Paloalto. Paloalto's two studio albums were produced by Rick Rubin and released through American Recordings. James was also previously in San Luis Obispo, California-based band The Din Pedals.
Golden State's songs "All Roads Lead Home" was featured on the Discovery Channel show Deadliest Catch, an episode of Canadian TV series Flashpoint, and also on the soundtrack for the movie Dolphin Tale.
The band's song "Save Me", from their debut album Division, features Tyler Blackburn on vocals and is the theme song to webseries Wendy (starring Meaghan Martin).
Their song "Till the End" was used as the official theme for the BBC's coverage of the 2011 Royal Wedding of Prince William & Catherine Middleton.
The band's song "Bombs" was featured as the opening song of an episode of the TV series Gossip Girl.
Their song "Take Me Out" is featured in the trailer and soundtrack for the film Cavemen.
James Grundler - lead vocalist,
Marc Boggio - guitar,
Elias Reidy - bass guitar,
Kemble Walters - drums,
Fern Sanchez - drums,
Kameron Waters - drums,
Robb Torres - guitar,
Tommy Black - bass guitar,
Noah Stone - guitar,
Alex Parnell - bass guitar
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