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Mutemath, is a New Orleans based American rock band that was formed in 2003. It consists of Paul Meany, Darren King and Greg Hills. It was the brainchild of Paul Meany and Darren King. The two were in search for new inspiration as their previous Christian rock band Earthsuit had started a downward spiral. They decided to recruit Greg Hill a guitarist, and afterwards added bassist Roy Mitchell-Cardenas. Although the band did not enjoy much commercial success in its initial recording, it became an underground hit through its use of social media and talk shows to reach audiences. In particular, the band’s performance on David Letterman’s show and Jimmy Kimmel Live endeared them to a larger music fan base. The group is especially renowned for its high energy performances. Band members switch instruments several times during the middle of a song. Many of the band’s fan base see the group as a breadth of fresh air in today’s rock music scene, which seems to be going stale. Mutemath released the EP Reset in 2004, before debuting their 2006 album titled Mutemath. This album was received to great critical acclaim. Their lead single Typical, was popular in various commercials and was even featured in the American Idol show. The song also received a Grammy nomination for Best Short Form Video. The band’s second single titled Chaos, did not however enjoy much success. Mutemath were featured on Transformers: The Album with the Transformers Theme song that peaked at 120 on Billboard Charts. The band was also featured on the Twilight soundtrack with their song Spotlight. It also enjoyed success with their 2009 album Armistice, which debuted at number 18 on the Billboard charts. Spotlight reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot Singles and stayed up for two weeks. Greg Hill left the group in October 2010 and was replaced by guitarist Todd Gummerman. The band released its third album Odd Soul in 2011.