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I Nine were a pop rock band formed c. 2004. In 2005, filmmaker Cameron Crowe asked the band to perform the closing credits song, "Same in Any Language," for his movie Elizabethtown.[1] After being signed by label J Records, their single "Seven Days of Lonely" was released through iTunes in September 2007 and was subsequently chosen by iTunes as the service's "free single of the week" from February 19 to 25, 2008. Their debut studio album, Heavy Weighs the King, was released on May 6, 2008.

The band disbanded when singer Carmen Keigans elected to pursue college and the men joined a new band, Tent Revival. In 2020, their former producer Rick Beato revealed that the band had reunited and was recording new songs, now under the name Heavy Weighs the King, adopting the name of their 2008 studio album.

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