Desaparecidos was a short-lived American quintet formed in 2001 in Omaha, Nebraska, fronted by Conor Oberst (vocals, guitar) and featuring Denver Dalley, now of Statistics (guitar), Landon Hedges, now of Little Brazil (bass), Ian McElroy (keyboards), and Matt Baum (drums). This project however was restarted in 2010. Oberst may be better known for his confessional songwriting and storytelling as the lead singer of the popular indie folk band Bright Eyes, but Desaparecidos has a very different flavor.
There are two artists that use this name:  Everyone Everywhere is a band from Philadelphia, PA consisting of members Brendan McHugh, Brendan Graham, Matt Scottoline, and Tommy Manson. They self-released a CDEP called "Pants" in 2007, and in 2008 they released "A Lot Of Weird People Standing Around" as a vinyl EP on Evil Weevil Records. The band's eponymous debut LP was released May 4, 2010 by Tiny Engines. In late summer 2010 Everyone Everywhere released a split 7" with Into It. Over It. on Topshelf Records.
Pedro the Lion was an indie rock band from Seattle, Washington, comprising David Bazan and TW Walsh. Because of the biblical references in many of their songs, Pedro the Lion were seen by some to be a Christian band, but they did not consider the band to be such. Pedro the Lion was formed by David Bazan in 1994 and released their debut EP Whole in April 1997. Despite the band's many lineup changes, Bazan remained the primary artist and musician behind the group, exemplified by his singing and playing every instrument on the band's first two full length albums...
Punk from Milan, Italy. Band members are Tommaso, Giacomo, Violetta and Iacopo
Their first demo was released January 2010, called "Un Verme Resta Un Verme".
Indie/Emo quintet. Started in summer 2010 in Chicago, IL.
Their first EP 'All I Could Find Was You' is up for download at www.dowsing.bandcamp.com Count Your Lucky Stars has released "All I Could Find Was You" on 7" vinyl in September 2011, a split 7" record with Parker in April 2012, and the band's first full length, "It's Still Pretty Terrible," in July 2012. #FREEGOOEY
Texas Is the Reason was a post-hardcore band founded by former Shelter guitarist Norm Arenas and 108 drummer Chris Daly in 1994. A foundational quartet in the post-Sunny Day Real Estate movement of emo music, Texas Is the Reason played melodious but forceful rock music before disbanding in 1997. Norm Arenas (guitar), guitarist for the hardcore Hare Krishna band Shelter, formed Texas Is the Reason with friend and then fellow Hare Krishna devotee Chris Daly (drums), formerly of the band 108, which played music of a similar kind to Shelter's, some time in the early 1990s in New York City.