Go:Audio were an English pop rock band from London, England. The band's sound implemented influences from pop punk and electro pop, often using synthesizers and programming tools. Additionally, they were also noted for not using a bassist. And also supporting such bands as McFly, Scouting for Girls, hellogoodbye, Zebrahead and Bowling for Soup. Formed in 2006, Go:Audio signed to Epic Records in May 2007. They released their debut extended play, Woodchuck in March 2008 and along with the success of singles Woodchuck and Made Up Stories, which made the UK Top 40, and She Left Me. They released their third single, Drive To The City on 20 April 2009. They released their first full length album on May 11, 2009, titled Made Up Stories. On 26 November 2009, they announced on their MySpace blog that the band had split. In 2008, they were nominated for "Best British Newcomer" at the Kerrang! Awards, which was won by Slaves to Gravity.