Camp Radio's pedigree is pretty impressive-Pete Frame would have a field day! Singer/guitarist Chris Page grew up in Glengarry fronting The Stand GT. The young punks crossed our nation seven times, releasing scads of 7-inches, LPs and CDs throughout the 90's. He later moved to Ottawa, playing out solo as The Glen Nevous Retraction, before getting cozy with his own name in 2003. Kelp Records proudly released "Decide to Stay and Swim" that year and before long, Page itched for bandmates again. Old pals Dave Draves and Scott Terry answered the call, and Camp Radio was formed in early 2005.