Fueled by Matt Lacy's solid guitar rifts and Eric Richardson's explosive voice and energy, Liquid Tight was formed and in 1999. They played a few local open mic nights in the Indianapolis area to test out their new sounds. The original drummer was replaced by the richly talented Ryan Tearney. With him came a fresh set of intricate symbol workings and phatty beats. Eric, Matt, and Ryan continued to formulate Liquid Tight's music. The band later found bassist Pete Wickes. Again, Liquid Tight had a whole new jar of putty to mold with his diverse set of rhythms and patterns. Once the four connected and tightened up, Liquid Tight hit the studio. They tracked a four-song demo. They scheduled a night at The Emerson, a local all original music venue. Performing well, they were actually invited to play the following night and booked two more gigs at The Emerson. The band is currently focusing on promoting, playing shows, and writing more material.