Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!==History== ===2005-2006=== The band initially formed with Larry Ash, Shaun Hurrell and Mino Kolega in January 2005, and this lineup performed one show in July of that year. After this, Kolega was replaced with Tim Dodd, and the band played again in October. Shortly after this, Priority Orange went into hiatus. Ash and Dodd temporarily reunited in December 2006 to play one more gig with Max Duncan on drums, performing as "Priority Orange Mark Three". ===2008-2011=== [[File:23g.jpg|thumb|In August 2010]] After parting ways with [[Mammoth]], Ash began recording the songs written for Priority Orange as a solo project. Part way through the process he reunited with Hurrell on the basis of reforming the band. Dodd turned down the offer to re-join on bass, so Duncan was asked. To fill out the sound, Lisa Lane-Collins (formerly of [[Monkey Box]]) was brought in as rhythm guitarist. The band started rehearsing in late 2008 while the [[Priority Orange (EP)|first EP]] was still being worked on, and began performing live after its completion in September 2009. Kolega was often invited on stage to join in on vocals at several shows. In August 2010 the second EP ''[[Mk II EP|Mk II]]'' was recorded and then released in April 2011. In September 2011 they performed unplugged (which can be heard on Livejunk 2011). ===2012-2013=== [[File:Priority_Orange_2012.jpg|thumb|In December 2012]] The band played outside of Adelaide for the first time in May 2012, in the town of Loxton, SA. That October they performed at the Adelaide Zombie Walk after-party at Fowlers Live. In November 2012, [[Dave Swann]] replaced Lisa Lane-Collins as second guitarist. ===2014-present=== In August 2014, recordings for the third EP began, after an extensive pre-production period. During this time, creative differences resulted in [[Matthew R. Davis]] taking over as bass player throughout 2015, including studio sessions and an interstate tour to Victoria that October. By December, Davis had left and Danny Riot (ex-Spatchcocks, Ramjets) filled the role. During 2017, Swann quit and Tim Koster ([[Across The Maelstrom]]) joined in his place. Summary: Please note that all contributions to the Adelaide Music Wiki are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) Retrieved from "https://adelaidemusic.fandom.com/wiki/Priority_Orange"