I Would Set Myself on Fire For You was quite the band. They made the kind of male-female mishmash vocal type of screamo similar to that of 1905 or Circle Takes the Square, but with the post-rock buildup and wide instrumentation reminiscent of City of Caterpillar. The emotion just pours out in certain parts of their record, Believes in Patterns, which I believe to be their best work. It’s raw, and it shows how much more material the band could have made that may been even better before their unfortunate break up. They also have a Demo, a self-titled cd and a summer tour DVD that I used to have, but my external hard drive crashed. If I am able to find them, they will be posted.