Baumer (2004-2008) was an Indie-rock band out of Columbia, South Carolina and was on Eyeball Records, but they were originally on Astro Magnetics. They released 2 full length albums (Come On, Feel It (2005), and Were It Not For You (2008)), and 1 self-released entitled Family Geniuses in 2004. Their single "Take What's Mine" was featured on various TV channels, programs, and on at least 1 Movie Soundtrack.
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Baumer was an American indie rock band from Columbia, South Carolina. Their debut album Come on Feel It was released in 2005 and their follow up Were It Not For You was released on March 4, 2008. Baumer was also featured on the Starbucks Hear Music album Off the Clock.
On November 7, 2008, the band officially broke up, and played their last show in their hometown of Columbia, SC. Special burned discs entitled 'Never Say Die' which included 13 various acoustic songs, remixes, and even brand new tracks were given out to honor those that have supported Baumer along their journey.
On February 2, 2010, the band apparently announced in a bulletin that they were getting back together., However, this was revealed to be a hoax posted when someone hacked into the band's Myspace page.
The remaining members of Baumer have gone on to form the band The Internet, which released an EP On the Brink or Bust in November 2010.