See Spot Run released their fourth CD “Gonna Getcha” early in 2008. The album is a result of collaboration between See Spot Run and producer Ed Krautner (Sum 41) and featured on the album is drummer Josh Trager (Sam Roberts).
The title track from “Gonna Getcha” was immediately picked up by the hit TV series DeGrassi: The Next Generation. The episode featuring the song was aired on the N Network in the USA in February 2008 and on the CTV Network in Canada in March 2008.
Their third album “Weightless” made Canadian recording history. The album’s title track was certified by BDS as being “the highest charted independent song on the rock chart since the inception of BDS”.
The “Weightless” single reached number 9 on the rock chart, number 6 on the Top 40 Chart, number 5 on the all Canadian chart, and number 1 in Quebec for the French translation “Décoller”. The follow-up single “Terrified/Terrifié” also climbed the Canadian CHR charts in both languages.
The Canadian Association of Broadcasters gave See Spot Run the “Breakout Single of The Year Award” and the band was awarded the “Concert of the Year Award” by Wired Magazine shortly thereafter.
Since releasing their second album “TEN STORIES HIGH”, See Spot Run has had 5 charting singles, 5 videos played on MuchMusic, done 7 cross Canada tours, appeared on a multitude of Canadian and international television shows, and done hundreds of interviews.
See Spot Run was the first band to launch an album at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre. The band has also sung the national anthems for the Toronto Raptors and performed at an NFL tailgate party for the Buffalo Bills.
See Spot Run was formed in Montreal by Chris Brodbeck and Randy Bowen and is based in Toronto today. Also in the band are hot young Toronto musicians Fudge (drummer) and Aaron Little (guitar).
“Weightless” and “Ten Stories High” were recorded in Montreal and produced by Gary Moffet (Sass Jordan, April Wine).