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Will Swan was born on 5 December, 1985 in San Francisco, California, United States. At 35 years old, Will Swan height not available right now. We will update Will Swan's height soon as possible.

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Will Swan Age 37 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 5 December 1985
Birthday 5 December
Birthplace San Francisco, California, United States
Nationality United States

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On February 21, 2020, the group announced their ninth studio album, Afterburner, with a scheduled released date of April 24, 2020. On the same day, they released its lead single "Prisoner", accompanied with its music video. In support of the album, the band will tour on the 2020 Spring Tour from March to May 2020.


The band released two songs, "Lightning" and "Rabbit Hole", from their upcoming second studio album, on April 12, 2019. Their second studio album, titled LP2 was released on April 20, 2019, on Rise Records.

In April 2019, Sianvar announced that they were going on an indefinite hiatus, despite having finished tracking their second studio album.

On June 5, 2019, Swan was announced to be a guitarist in the American post-hardcore band Royal Coda, who are signed to his independent record label Blue Swan Records and consists of lead vocalist Kurt Travis, former Stolas guitarist Sergio Medina, and former A Lot Like Birds drummer Joe Arrington. Swan recorded guitar and bass guitar with producer Kris Crummett for the band's second studio album, Compassion, which was released on November 7, 2019. Swan's first tour with the group took place from September 13 to October 13, 2019 on Hail the Sun's US tour with Strawberry Girls and VIS. In a post on Facebook, Dance Gavin Dance confirmed that Compassion was a spiritual sequel to the group's 2009 studio album, Happiness, which also features both Kurt Travis and Will Swan.


The band released their eighth studio album, Artificial Selection, on June 8, 2018, on Rise Records. A stand-alone single, "Head Hunter", was released on March 22, 2019. They kicked off their The Artificial Selection Tour at the first annual SwanFest, on March 30, 2019 in Anaheim, California.

Swan has also been known to experiment with rap and hip hop in Dance Gavin Dance's music. He first made a rap appearance in the song "Powder to the People", the final track on the album Happiness. He has since rapped occasionally on every album since, except for the band's eighth studio album Artificial Selection (2018). In an interview with Substream Magazine, Swan spoke about his rap influences after being asked about his rap verse in the song "Eagle Vs. Crows", from the album Instant Gratification (2015), stating:


In 2016, the band released a live album, Tree City Sessions, and their seventh studio album full-length studio album, Mothership. The band released a stand-alone single, entitled "Summertime Gladness", in June 2017, and toured on the 2017 Vans Warped Tour.


Craig and Lodge each left the band throughout 2012, leading to vocalist Tilian Pearson, bass guitarist Tim Feerick, and guitarist Josh Benton joining the band. The band released their fifth studio album, Acceptance Speech on October 8, 2013 peaking at No. 42 on the Billboard 200, No. 13 on the Alternative Albums chart, No. 7 on the Independent Albums chart, and No. 6 on the Top Hard Rock Albums chart. With Benton leaving the band following the album's release, Dance Gavin Dance released their sixth studio album, Instant Gratification, on April 14, 2015 charting at No. 32 on the Billboard 200, becoming their best-selling album to date. In celebration of the band's 10-year anniversary, they embarked on their 10 Year Anniversary North American Tour with supporting acts Slaves, A Lot Like Birds, Strawberry Girls, and Dayshell. The tour took place from November 13 to December 19, 2015.

Sianvar is a post-hardcore supergroup founded by Will Swan with Hail the Sun's Donovan Melero (vocals), Stolas' Sergio Medina (guitar), A Lot Like Birds' Joseph Arrington (drums, percussion), and A Lot Like Birds' Michael Franzino (bass guitar). On November 8, 2013, the band released their first single, Sick Machine through Blue Swan Records. They released the Sianvar EP on January 5, 2014. Their debut studio album, Stay Lost, was released on August 4, 2016. In 2018, Franzino departed from the band. It was confirmed that Swan would pursue bass guitar on the group's upcoming second full-length studio album.

Will Swan founded and launched his own independent record label, named Blue Swan Records, in early 2013. The first groups Swan signed were American rock bands Stolas and Sianvar. The label's debut release was Living Creatures by Stolas, on March 14, 2013. The label is prominently known for signing the rock bands Hail the Sun, Icarus the Owl and Stolas.


Along with other Dance Gavin Dance members Eric Lodge, Matthew Mingus, and Jon Mess, Will Swan formed the band Secret Band in 2011. The name of the band derives from the idea of keeping it a secret from other members of Dance Gavin Dance, more so from vocalist Jonny Craig. The band released their self-titled debut EP on June 2014 and later released their self-titled debut full-length album, SECRETBAND LP, in July 2014. They have toured with other bands such as Dance Gavin Dance, Tilian Pearson, Stolas, SECRETS, Hail the Sun, Covet, and Sianvar.


Will Swan has listed several musical artists and groups that influenced his musicianship throughout his career. He has cited The Mars Volta, Temptations, Deftones, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Glassjaw, among others as inspirations. Throughout the recording process of Dance Gavin Dance's third studio album, Happiness (2009), Swan debuted his unclean vocal prowess after the band's primary screaming vocalist Jon Mess parted ways with the band in 2008, however since Mess rejoined in 2010, Swan now only pursues screaming vocals during live performances, most prominently in songs from the album Happiness.


Dance Gavin Dance formed in Sacramento, California with members Jonny Craig, Jon Mess, Sean O'Sullivan, Eric Lodge, and Matthew Mingus, along with Swan. The band released their debut EP, Whatever I Say Is Royal Ocean on November 14, 2006, later signing a recording contract with Rise Records. They released the singles "And I Told Them I Invented Times New Roman" and "Lemon Meringue Tie", subsequently releasing their debut full-length studio album, Downtown Battle Mountain on May 15, 2007 through Rise and charted at No. 46 on the U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers Albums chart. In 2008, Craig and O'Sullivan departed from the band and were later replaced by vocalist Kurt Travis and guitarist Zac Garren, releasing their sophomore self-titled studio album, Dance Gavin Dance, on August 19, 2008. In 2008, vocalist Jon Mess and bass guitarist Eric Lodge left the band. Swan pursued both lead and rhythm guitar along with unclean vocals and Lodge was replaced by Jason Ellis. Happiness was released as the band's third studio album on June 9, 2009 and was led by the singles "Don't Tell Dave" and "NASA." In 2010, original vocalists Jonny Craig and Jon Mess and bass guitarist Eric Lodge rejoined the band, which subsequently Travis, Garren, and Ellis left the band, and Dance Gavin Dance recorded their fourth studio album Downtown Battle Mountain II, a follow-up sequel to the band's debut studio album. The album was released on March 8, 2011 and charted at No. 82 on the Billboard 200, No. 13 on the Independent Albums chart, and No. 4 on the Hot Rock Albums chart.


Will Swan began his music career as the founder and lead guitarist for the post-hardcore band Farewell Unknown with vocalist Joel Rabara, percussionist Drew Ochwat, guitarist Alvaro Alcala, and bass guitarist Eric Lodge. The band released one studio album, The 40 Day Fake Out, on October 19, 2004. After disbanding in 2005, Swan and Lodge both recruited drummer Matt Mingus and vocalists Jon Mess and Jonny Craig to form the post-hardcore band Dance Gavin Dance in 2005.


Will Swan (born December 5, 1985) is an American musician born in San Francisco, California. He is most prominently known as the lead guitarist and founder of the American post-hardcore band Dance Gavin Dance and as the founder of his record label Blue Swan Records. He is also the guitarist for the American rock bands Sianvar, Secret Band, and Royal Coda.

Will Swan was born in Sacramento, California on December 5, 1985, where he was born and raised. He is part African American and part Mexican. He became interested in pursuing a music career after seeing Green Day at Fillmore West in San Francisco at the age of 12, in December 1997. Swan learned how to play guitar and began performing in local bands at the ages of 16 and 17 before he took interest in pursuing "progressive post-hardcore".