On November 10, 2009, the band announced signing with Hopeless Records as "The In Crowd" and released their first single "For The Win" on i Tunes.The band changed their name to "We Are The In Crowd" due to trademark issues with a reggae band from the seventies who were also called "The In Crowd" In February 2009, We Are The In Crowd recorded their debut Hopeless Records EP with Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount (All Time Low, Mayday Parade, Jimmy Eat World, Cartel).interview, frontwoman Taylor Jardine announced a new project that will include former We Are The In Crowd members.After two new statements posted to Twitter today, we now know that those former members will include Jardine, bassist Mike Ferri and guitarist Cameron Hurley.Before their first tour date on their co-headlining tour with Every Avenue, Tay Jardine and Jordan Eckes of We The In Crowd stopped by the J-14 office and gave us an exclusive acoustic performance, dished to us all about their current tour, their favorite songs off their album , and their plans for 2012!J-14: You're currently on the unofficially titled I Love Tourtles tour. Tay Jardine: There's a You Tube video from that kid on Halloween and the news reporter is like, "What are you being for Halloween?
The hacker deleted all of the band's friends and music.
" and he's like, "I like turtles," so Josh [Randall] from Every Avenue Tweeted about it and said, "I think we should name it 'I Love Turtles.'" It's so unofficial that I don't even know what it is.
J-14: What are you most looking forward to about touring with Every Avenue? I bring my running shoes every tour and I'm like, "Yeah, I'm going to do it," and then they sit in the trailer for a month.
Jardine is the sole singer moving forward—eliminating former vocalist Jordan Eckes.
Drummer Rob Chianelli will also not be continuing with the band.