Paper Airplane Pilots

Paper Airplane Pilots

Paper Airplane Pilots are a power pop quintet from Chicago comprising of Jeremiah Wallis (singer/songwriter/guitarist), Ryan Duffy (guitar, backing vocals), Jim Kompare (bass, backing vocals), Tom Collier (drums), and Kegan Simons (keyboards).


*2003 "The History of Flying" (Spade Kitty Records)
*2006 "Western Automatic Music" (Spade Kitty Records)

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* [ Official Site]
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