Meriwether released their debut full length, Make Your Move, in 2005 on GVE Records and sold over 10,000 copies and played over 300 shows in one year to promote the album. The band signed to Suretone Records in 2006 and the album Make Your Move was re-released in 2007. Then Meriwether proceeded to record their sophomore effort, entitled Sons of Our Fathers, with Grammy-nominated producer Howard Benson (My Chemical Romance, Three Days Grace, etc.) and mixed by the similarly lauded Chris Lord-Alge (Underoath, AFI, etc.). After the album was finished the released date was set back numerous times until finally it was announced that Meriwether was no longer with Suretone. The album is currently available for download on a site known as Bandcamp. The band recorded and released a new album, Plug in the Snakes, at the end of 2009 independently at Little House Studios in Baton Rouge. Meriwether played their last show with Band members guitarist, Steve Bergeron and bassist, Josh Barbier July 16, 2010. Sam Anderson left to play drums for the band 10 Years. Currently, Drew Reilley, originator, and song-writer for the band is continuing Meriwether as well as multiple new projects. Meriwether will be releasing a new EP, titled MWBS, on July 19, 2011.