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The Mormons (band)

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Genres  Punk
Website  Official website
Years active  1998 – Present
Genre  Punk rock
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Origin  Los Angeles, California, USA
Members  Patrick Jones; Vince O'campo; Jimmy Castillo; Pete Tintle; Tucker Robinson
Past members  Dan Buccat; Louie Rodriguez; Ryan Weik; Mike Lopez; Johnny Mesa; and several others
Albums  Statement Of No Statement, Rock Out Correctly, Forge Ahead EP
Record labels  Nickel and Dime Records, MorMusic

The Mormons are a Los Angeles based punk band, origin circa 1998, influenced by Devo, Minor Threat, Screeching Weasel, Bad Brains and Talking Heads. Although no band members are members of the LDS Church, they wear outfits inspired by Mormon missionaries: bicycle helmets, backpacks, stud belts, Dickies, scatterings of facial hair and thrift store ties.


The Mormons have been featured in The Salt Lake Tribune and L.A. Alternative. They have received a write-up in BYU NewsNet.

The current band lineup consists of Patrick Jones (vocals), Vince O'Campo (guitar, vocals), Pete Tintle (guitar), Jimmy Castillo (Bass), and Tucker Robinson (Drums).

Band members

  • Patrick Jones- vocals
  • Vince O'Campo - guitar, bass
  • Pete Tintle - rhythm guitar
  • Jimmy Castillo - bass, guitar
  • Tucker Robinson - drums
  • Albums

  • Statement of No Statement (2004, Nickel & Dime Records)
  • Forge Ahead EP (2010, MorMusic)
  • Songs

    Spectral SleepwormRock Out Correctly · 2016
    Karaoke Death MachineStatement Of No Statement · 2005
    Half-Polyester ProtectionStatement Of No Statement · 2005


    The Mormons (band) Wikipedia

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