Eve 6 (sometimes typeset as EVE 6 or EVƎ 6) is an American rock band from Southern California, who are most well known for their hit singles "Inside Out" and "Here's to the Night". They disbanded in 2004, returned for numerous tours in 2007 with a new lineup, and finally reunited with all three original members in early 2011. They signed to Fearless Records in the spring of that year, and released their long-awaited fourth album "Speak In Code", containing the singles "Victoria" and "Curtain", in April 2012. The band originally consisted of Max Collins (bass, lead vocals), Jon Siebels (guitar, backing vocals), and Nick Meyers (drums). The band formed in 1995 in La Crescenta, California first as Yakoo, then Eleventeen; the name Eve 6 was only adopted later. Their first gig was at Eagle's Coffee Pub in North Hollywood. Eleventeen had secured a recording contract with RCA while the bands members were still in high school. After recording the unreleased Eleventeen EP, Meyers left the band, and was replaced by Tony Fagenson. The band's final name is a reference to The X-Files. Fagenson, a fan of the show, suggested the name after seeing an episode entitled "Eve". The episode featured genetically engineered characters known as "Eves", for the females, and "Adams", for the males. The Eves were portrayed by Harriet Sansom Harris. One of these genetically engineered characters, named "Eve #6," made a remark about biting a guard's eyeball, which Fagenson thought merited "Eve 6" as a band name. The band issued the self-titled Eve 6 in 1998, attaining platinum success with hit singles “Inside Out” and “Leech,” the former capturing the #1 spot on the Modern Rock charts and crossing over successfully to pop/Top 40 radio. More widespread recognition came with gold-selling sophomore effort Horrorscope (2000), which spawned radio gems “Promise,” “On The Roof Again” and Top 40 smash “Here’s To The Night”.