When a band becomes as popular overnight as Rooney did back in 2003 with songs like "Shakin' Up" and "If It Were Up to Me," it's no huge surprise that they've since trickled down the charts a little. Just like indie rock alums Death Cab for Cutie, Rooney's popularity rocketed after appearing on the teen soap The O.C. in the early 2000s. The pop-rock outfit had all the right ingredients to create some of the most catchy and teen-obsessed tracks of the time. They continued to record and play live shows, but have likely seen their salad days come and go. After a brief hiatus, however, singer Robert Schwartzman announced earlier this year that Rooney will be releasing their first album since 2011 — with an entirely new backing band
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