P.M.S the idea began long before the band or music ever existed. Back in their high school days Ryan Haig and Vincent Ortiz hung out with their best friend Naresh Dugal. During some joking around, Naresh decided to name their crew Funky Monkey Spankers. Ryan and Vince would often go to Naresh's house and jam with their guitars along with Naresh's brother Mahesh. After a few years of knowing each other and casual jammin' with their guitars, Ryan came by and played an original song of his, Advice. Everyone was impressed and decided then and there that they have got to get this music out. Soon they recorded an acoustic version of the song using their home camcorder, and then began to send the video to their friends to see what kind of reaction they would get. Vince had brought up the fact that the group would need a drummer to make this happen. Mahesh was friends with a fellow car enthusiast named Sean Miller. Mahesh had often heard that he was a great drummer and there were also rumors that he had turned down lots of bands request because he would not like their music. Mahesh gave it a shot and showed Sean the video of Advice and to their satisfaction he said he would do it. Using Naresh's original idea of Funky Monkey Spankers, they did a play on letters and derived Phunky Munky Spankers. Not too long after, many people began to refer to them as P.M.S. A few Guitar Center credit cards and 2 months later they found themselves recording their first 4 track demo at Love Juice Labs in Riverside, CA. After the recording came plenty of shows including those listed below. P.M.S recently finished recording their first album Courtesy Flush, which will be released on Fodeco Records May 16, 2006. With passion and desire as their driving force, P.M.S is definitely something you don't want to miss out on.