See Spot Run is a Canadian rock band from Montreal, Quebec.
1.1 Early Years: Ten Stories High & Weightless,
1.2 Recent Activity: Gonna Getcha & Super-héros sous peu,
3 In popular culture,
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Early Years: Ten Stories High & Weightless:
See Spot Run released an EP titled Traces in 1993. Their first full-length album, Ten Stories High, was released in 1997 on DEP/Universal.
The band gained success with "Weightless", the title track and lead single from their second full-length album which reached No. 9 on the BDSrock chart, No. 6 on the top 40 chart, and No. 5 on the all Canadian chart. The song was certified by Neilson BDSradio as the highest charted independent song on the rock chart since the inception of BDS". It also received the "Breakout Single of The Year Award" by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters. The band also won the "Concert of the Year Award" from Wire Magazine shortly after.
Recent Activity: Gonna Getcha & Super-héros sous peu:
See Spot Run released Gonna Getcha in late 2007. The title track was immediately picked up by the hit TV series Degrassi:The Next Generation. The episode featuring the song was aired on the N Network in the USA in February 2008 and on the CTV Network in Canada in March 2008.
Though the band had French-language version of some of their singles, they released their first full-length French-language album Super-héros sous peu in late 2008 through DEP/Rocket9 Music. See Spot Run was the opening act at Rogers Sarnia Bayfest for Bon Jovi on July 6, 2008, and Stone Temple Pilots with Our Lady Peace on July 13, 2009.