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Formerly known as Remnant, was emo when emo wasn't cool. The band hails from Atlanta and speaks with reverence about such influential shows from the early nineties as The Violet Burning, The Choir, Mortal, Smashing Pumpkins, and the early era of sundays child. And what Exeter Flud has always done themselves live is open up and pour out confessional song after confessional song. It is dramatic at the least, and often very spiritually powerful.
The band formed when its members were in high school, and spent years playing clubs, where they left their audiences slack-jawed at the explosion of noise on stage. Eventually finding their own Southeastern niche, the band spent a few years opening up for their heroes as other Christian artists came through town. Along the way, they recorded the usual few demo tapes and a 7" single.
At the end of high school, the band split as members opted for different careers, and eventually formed two separate bands, Exeter Flud and Vivian. However, over the last two years as Dave Ott has fine tuned the art of minimalist songwriting, he has also managed to attract his original bandmates back one at a time, so that today's incarnation of Exeter Flud is the lineup before the split.