One Days Notice all met in an online Transformers chat room early last year. They were the only members of said chat room and soon conversation "shifted" from cars to bots, to music. None of them had any musical ability or even listened to that much music, but they all decided that it "couldnt be that hard."
In reality, the group of pop/punk all stars from Cleveland, Ohio joined forces for the common goal of creating musical ecstasy. They have played with national acts such as: The Offspring, Bowling for Soup, Mayday Parade, Punchline, Hawthorne Heights, and more. Soon after their formation they drew attention from Jeff Blue of Atlantic records, who flew in to write songs with the band, and Kim Stephens from Capitol Records. Not too bad for a bunch of kids with tattoos and little to no ambition of having "real jobs."
In addition to headlining the Cleveland House of Blues multiple times, they have played the Vans Warped Tour, CMF, CMJ, and other sold out music festivals. The band has received praise in national radio and magazines with some critics naming them "the next big thing." One Days Notice is currently working on a new album that is due out by the end of summer.