Sherwood has returned to making music, reuniting to crowdfund their fourth full-length album through Indiegogo. The band, hailing from San Luis Obispo, started in 2002 but officially called it quits in 2012 to focus on their families.

Sherwood has three full-length releases and five EPs. The band’s last release came in 2009 for QU, which debuted at No. 91 on the Billboard Top 200 charts.

(Sherwood, pictured in 2015 on the left and in 2009 on the right.)

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