One Second 2 Late consists of vocalist Brian Pisani, guitarists Rob Henderson and Kyle Allin, newly-acquired bassist Mike Kasp, and drummer Derrick Knox. Forming in 2002, One Second 2 Late (OS2L) who come straight from the heart of Newcastle, Ontario, derive the architect of new sound. One Second 2 Late exiles a unique, honest, and intense approach upon the scene, as well as fresh vocals that will unite fans of many genres.
After the release of their self recorded early preview, "Phone Home", OS2L created a buzz and delivered a live show so intense it far surpassed the hype dilating around them. The band easily rose to the challenge, jolting non-believers with their tales of revenge, panic, truth, lunacy, and bravery held together by such appealing youthfullness.
Joining forces with famed producer Murray Daigle paved way for new beginnings. At the end of summer 2005, Exit 57 Records (an independent record label) out of Toronto, Ontario took notice and signed the band. Since then, One Second 2 Late has toured with label mates Autumn Avanue across Ontario, co-headlined with Interscope Records recording artists Social Code in select major cities, have been showcased on 94.9 The Rock FM, as well as being feautured in many of the world's most visited magazines and websites.
On December 17th, 2005, One Second 2 Late released their sophomore, follow-up EP, "From The Moon Down", an album that not only displays the bands musical maturity, but as well portrays the groups ability to create songs that will cease to fade in the wake of a new era. Additionally, when questioned by the press in regards to their forthcoming release they stated, "It's something fresh, energetic and catchy. As well, lyrically it will make you think rather than just seeing meaningless words thrown out on paper."
With an 8 week tour across North America on the horizon, many years to grow, and an ever increasing fan base, the only direction is up. The time has come for those craving something new, and one that has potential to stand in formation with most groundbreaking acts of the 20th century.