Formed in 1993, Jimmy Eat World have stormed charts around the world. Their third album, Clarity sits among the best albums of the ‘90s, holding a special place in the hearts of fans and music critics. With a career spanning three decades and nine studio albums, the boys from Arizona are an enduring light in America’s rock scene. Despite receiving critical acclaim for the first few albums and singles, Jimmy Eat World's commercial breakthrough came with the hit-loaded leviathan Bleed American. Four singles from the album charted in the top twenty on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, with “The Middle” hitting the number one spot.
Albums flew off the shelves and the Jimmy Eat World boys took home a platinum disc. Hot on the heels of Bleed American, Jimmy Eat World's follow-up album, Futures, scored another number one song with “Pain”. This time sales couldn’t quite match the stellar figures that propelled Bleed American into the history books, with the band adding a gold disc to their growing collection. The band's sixth album, Chase This Light, continued their quest for chart glory and became the band's highest charting album, peaking at number five on the Billboard 200. Two more albums followed, Invented and Damage, but neither could quite match the same soaraway sales and peaked before hitting the coveted top ten spots in the album charts.
Jimmy Eat World released their latest album, Integrity Blues, in 2016. Hailed by critics as a return to the glory days of Clarity, it marked a significant return to form and showed fans, new and old, just what the band are capable of.