Andherson were a band from Arizona, active from the mid-90s to somewhere around the year 2000. Over the course of their relatively long but strangely unprolific career, they went from playing midwest emo to something closer to emo pop. Each progressive release sees the band sanding off some rough edges and growing more melodic.
Their first release was in 1995, …this great cobalt moment…, which is a midwest emo 7" but pulls a lot from emocore. The band wouldn't release another record until 2000, a gap possibly explained by their relocation to Berkeley, California, and then subsequent return to Arizona. The five-year absence of recordings is suspicious—it feels like they must have recorded something during that time. If they did, it's currently lost.
After going back to Arizona, they released a three-way split with Fivespeed and Before Braille on Sunset Alliance. The description on Amazon claims this is the band's only studio release, which is obviously false, and only casts more doubt on the nature of their discography. For whatever reason, this obscure split from an indie label has its own Wikipedia entry, which is the only reason I know anything about Andherson at all. The band would close out their career with a contribution to The Emo Diaries, Chapter Six, in 2001, which sees them moving somewhat towards emo pop. I imagine a theoretical full length would have sounded like that song.
I have labeled these assembled tracks as the band's discography, but in this case especially it should be stressed this is the band's known discography.