The band was composed of four members. One played a keyboard and was tall and light yellow, and had a pointy mustard-yellow dorsal fin and a blue shirt on. One was a drummer who was short with a lavender color body. Another was an acoustic guitarist with light orange skin, black hair, and wore a teal shirt. The last one was a bassist, and was olive green with light brown hair.
None of them are still alive.
Role in series
"Sing a Song of Patrick"
They were the band that made citizens' poems into songs. They died due to Patrick's song "I Wrote This," which was thought to be so repulsive that it killed them all after they were done recording it. Previously, one of the members said that they were going to play the song, even if it killed them.
Their graves appear in a cemetery, where a man gave their recording of Patrick's song to Patrick.
On their headstones, the only known words are "R.I.P.," which stands for Rest In Peace.
"What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?," "The Slumber Party," "Walking the Plankton," and "Mind the Gap," all take place before "Sing a Song of Patrick" because the band member(s) make reappearances in those episodes, but all of the band members are shown being dead in "Sing a Song of Patrick."