Pilot Speed Biography
Formed in Toronto, CANADA, this Alternative-Rock band began its existence
as Pilate comprised of frontman Todd Clark, Chris
Greenough on guitar, Ruby Bumrah on bass and Bill Keeley on drums.
In 2006, after one EP and two full-length discs, the band signed with Wind-Up Records for distribution to the U.S. market but was forced to changed their name for legal reasons from Pilate to Pilot Speed.
Pilot Speed's first album, "Into The West", was essentially Pilate's final album, "Sell Control For Life's Speed". The new one, included among the others, the Canadian top 20 hit "Barely Listening" as well as two new tracks.
April 2009 saw the Toronto rockers release "Wooden Bones"; commercially, the album, which featured the single "Put The Phone Down", proved to be less successful than its predecessor.