The Band CAMINO is an alternative, indie rock group originating in Memphis, Tennessee and consisting of Jeffery Jordan (vocals, guitar), Spencer Stewart (vocals, guitar), and Garrison Burgess (drums). The band is named after a Chevrolet El Camino that Rowell spotted at the time. The band's previous members include Andrew Isbell (drums), who departed from the band in June 2017 and Graham Rowell (bass), who was removed from the band in April 2020 after accusations of sexual misconduct between him and fans surfaced online.
In 2016, the band released their first EP My Thoughts on You which features the popular 2 / 14 and The Black and White. Their second EP, Heaven was released in 2017, featuring popular single titled My Thoughts on You.
On May 7, 2019, they got signed by Elektra and released their third EP named tryhard in August 2019. Ahead of the EP's release, four of its songs were released: Daphne Blue, See Through, Honest and What I Want. To promote the release, the group embarked on a headlining tour of North America from September through October, plus two dates in the United Kingdom.
Their debut album, The Band CAMINO was released on September 10, 2021. The album was preceded by singles Roses, 1 Last Cigarette, Sorry Mom, and Know It All. The week of the album’s release, promotional singles I Think I Like You and Who Do You Think You Are? were dropped. In an interview with Alt Press after the record’s release, member Jeffery Jordan called the album the “pinnacle of their existence.”
In 2022, to promote the album, the band embarked on a headlining tour of North America from March through June. Later in the year, they embarked on a North American campus tour.