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Clarke Foley (vocals/bass), Adam Manning (guitar), Dan Leo (drums), and Mark Thomas Kluepfel (vocals/keyboards) create the sharp, moody dance-punk stylings of Action Action. The bandmembers came together in 2004 after their previous groups -- the Reunion Show, Count the Stars, and Diffuser -- disbanded. Action Action's debut album, Don't Cut Your Fabric to This Year's Fashion, was released on Victory in fall 2004. Spending most of their time on the road, Action Action followed up with An Army of Shapes Between Wars in January 2006; the band then jumped back on tour with the Sounds and Morningwood throughout March and April.
Action Action is an American indie rock band, formerly signed to Victory Records.
Action Action formed in 2004 from the ashes of The Reunion Show, Count The Stars and Diffuser. The band signed with Victory Records and released their first album, Don't Cut Your Fabric to This Year's Fashion (2004), and released their second album An Army of Shapes Between Wars in 2006. In the same year, Action Action toured with Maxeen, Morningwood, The Sounds, Jonezetta, We Are The Fury, The Cult and Something for Rockets on various legs of their US tours.
The song "Paper Cliché" was featured in the video game, MVP 06: NCAA Baseball.
Their song "Dream Within A Dream" was featured in a 2009 Gillette commercial. The song was included on their self-released 2010 album The Ones Who Get It Are The Ones Who Need Not To Know.