Halto Bravo was formed in Denton, TX by Scott Headstream, Zach Jackson, and Luke McMillan Halloween night, 2003. The band set ou to create sparse, yet intricately arranged rock songs that focus heavily on melody, strong dynamics and complex structure. The result was a three song demo which was quickly followed by "Harpoon the Heavy Hearts" released in 2004 on Ice Planet Records. That year, HB was privileged to participate in a revival of the Denton, TX music scene and regularly played Rubber Gloves, Andy's, Cool Beans and Hailey's. Halto Bravo also found friendly stages at Trees, Curtain Club and Clearview 40 minutes south in Dallas where many show goers appreciated Halto's contrasting flavor of rock. Stand out shows in 2004 and 2005 were a hand full of opening performances for a grab bag of national acts, the original Fry Street Fair, Wake Up Fest and the Dallas New Music Fest. Just as Halto Bravo was beginning to receive some national interest, the band fell apart. Their music, however, still stands up as a relevant, fresh alternative to "alternative" rock. Six years later, the original founding members will reunite for one performance on November 5th, 2001 at The Curtain Club in Dallas, TX.