Committed and driven (you would have to be if your nearest major town to play in was about 5hrs away), Dignan released their first EP The Guest and jumped right into touring nationally cultivating fans along the way.
Fast forward to 2009 to their latest release, Cheaters & Thieves. Dignan, taking advantage of Pena’s rudimentary knowledge in home recordings produces a densely layered , haunting, yet somehow simple album and an illustration of what they are truly capable of. It wasn’t really an issue of whether or not to produce it professionally – the band just like many beginning bands simply did not have the money. Despite that the band produced an album that they fully stand behind, one they poured all their blood sweat and tears into and one that I can keep playing in my car.