The Subways are a terrifically dynamic British indie pop-punk rock trio who hail from Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England. The band members are: Billy Lunn (guitar/vocals), Charlotte Cooper (bass/vocals), and Josh Morgan (drums). The group first got together in the early 2000s while still in their early teens. They initially called themselves Mustardseed and Platypus before setting on the name the Subways. The band started out performing at local pubs in and around London, England. The Subways first gained public attention after they won the Glastonbury Festival Unsigned Performers Competition in 2004. Read more... which garnered highly favorable reviews from music critics. Their incredibly catchy and punchy debut single "Oh Yeah" reached #25 on the UK pop charts in March, 2005. The band's songs have been featured on the soundtracks to the movies "Live Free or Die Hard," "Die Welle," and "Charlie Bartlett." The Subways have appeared as musical guests on the television variety programs "Late Show with David Letterman," "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," and "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson." Moreover, the band appeared as themselves performing the songs "Oh Yeah" and "Rock & Roll Queen" on "The Anger Management" episode of the TV series "The O.C." The Subways performed at the Lollapalooza music festival on August 4, 2007. In June, 2008 the Subways released their excellent second album "All or Nothing," which once again was well reviewed by music critics all over the world.