Pivit was an American punk rock band hailing from Poway and Cardiff, California, formed in late 1994 by original drummer Mark McLemore, lead singer Chris Moore, and guitarist Eric Sisson in San Diego County, California. In 1995, they recorded their first demo entitled Find the Fuzz. Eventually they produced 3 albums together, Pressure in 1996, Millennium in 1998 and finally Thanks for Coming Back in 2002.
The band enjoyed moderate success, earning heavy praise from critics and fans and opening for such bands as Blink-182, Incubus, MxPx, Buck-O-Nine, Sack Lunch, Pennywise, Unwritten Law, Mad Caddies, Ten Foot Pole, Homegrown and many local San Diego bands. In June 1998, a video was shot for Pivit's song "Oddessy" in Rancho Bernardo and downtown San Diego, directed by Taylor Steele. A music video was made in 2002 for the song "Fingercuffs", and a video was also made for "Millennium", but only played at live shows.
Since disbanding in 2003, there have been a few reunion shows with Agent 51, Sack Lunch, and Spero Lumina throughout 2008 and 2009.
Eric Sisson--guitar, 1994-1997,
Mark McLemore--drums, 1994-1998,
Chris Lewis--guitar, 1997-2003,
Adam Rapps--drums, 1998-2003
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