Balance and Composure was an American alternative rock band from Doylestown, Pennsylvania. They formed in the winter of 2007, after the breakup of two local Doylestown bands.
The band's music was often suggested having similarities to Title Fight, Brand New, and Nirvana. They've released three studio albums and two EPs since their inception. Their second album The Things We Think We're Missing reached number 51 on the Billboard 200, number 10 on the Independent Albums, number 13 on the Modern Rock/Alternative Albums and number 16 on the Rock Albums charts.
On December 14, 2017, on Taylor Madison’s Strange Nerve podcast, vocalist Jon Simmons announced that their upcoming anniversary tour would be their last. On January 14, 2019 a press release went out on the band's Twitter account announcing a farewell tour. Six dates were confirmed, saying that "These shows are the only shows we have planned in our future, we would love if you joined us one last time." The band later added extra dates due to high demand. Bailey Van Ellis was unable to perform the run of west-coast shows, and the band were instead joined by Dennis Wilson of Saves The Day.
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