The group’s 2006 album “As Cruel as School Children” included the hit "Cupid's Chokehold," which reached. #4 on the Billboard Hot 100. Its latest album, titled “The Quilt,” was released on Sept. 9, 2008. The four-member group was first formed in 1997, and 10 years later, it was named Best New Artist at the MTV Video Music Awards, where it was also nominated for Best Group.
Tower Club will host the American indie rock duo Mates of State and the indie band The Apples in Stereo for Lawnparties, and Ivy Club will host Almost Queen on Sunday, members of the clubs confirmed. Peanut Butter Wolf will headline Terrace Club’s Lawnparties festivities.
Last year, the pop-punk band New Found Glory and singer Howie Day performed at the USG’s spring Lawnparties concert. Other performers at the clubs last spring included Fountains of Wayne, Sister Hazel, Ruby Suns, the Walkmen and Gonzo’s Nose.