Short Stack was an Australian pop punk band, formed in 2005. The band consisted of members Shaun Diviney, Andy Clemmensen and Bradie Webb. Their touring members included Luke Lukess, Sinj Clark, Lewis Usher, and Chris Smith. Shannon Hotchkins was also a member of Short Stack before any song was ever performed or recorded. Short Stack were twice named channel [V]'s Oz Artist of the Year, and produced two gold-selling albums, three top ten singles, and ARIA number one chart award and a platinum-selling single. They have also shared the stage with artists such as McFly, Hellogoodbye, Simple Plan, Good Charlotte and The Veronicas, many of which while still completing their HSC. However, in 2012, the group split, releasing SOUL on YouTube, a song which was intended to be their next single. Their third album was released on 18 October, over a year and a half since the split. No comments have been made by any former members on its release, nor on the topic of Short Stack becoming a band once again, though the album's release has sparked rumours of a possible reformation of the band.