Originally started as a solo/side project, Alcoa formed in 2003 when Archambault was on the road with one of his old bands, Transistor Transistor, and wanted to do something a little different. Playing a few shows here and there over the first five years, the band remained on the back burner until 2013 when Archambault teamed up with a troop of musicians (including his now wife, Alyssa Eygnor) and recorded and released their debut LP "Bone & Marrow" to great critical acclaim. Since its release, Alcoa has shared the stage in various forms with an array of bands and friends.

2015 saw the band releasing their sophomore LP "Parlour Tricks", quickly followed by their split with friends Choir Vandals the year after.


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