Rock and roll Americana-pop duo the Mulroys (formerly known as Rollers, not to be confused with San Diego's The Rollers, a cover band) had its roots in Long Island New York, with childhood friends Theron "TJ" Royer (Crash Encore) and Erik Mullin (the Wearies). They specialize in a blend of spirited rock and roll with elements of country, reggae, and blues, wrapped up in a relatable pop sound.
After relocating to San Diego, the duo formed the band Grow, which played on the Vans Warped Tour. When that group split, Royer played in San Diego bands like Defrost, Tailgunner, and Crash Encore. Mullin moved to the Bay Area and played for several years with the Wearies.
The duo reunited in San Diego to form Rollers, releasing their debut EP Somewhere Along the Way (produced by Christian Cummings) in April 2017. They spent the next couple of years performing as an acoustic duo, as well as backed by a live band.
They changed their name to the Mulroys, enlisting local drummer Mark Maiggard (Louis XIV) and Michigan bassist Chris Diener. A self-produced album called Splitsville was released June 1, 2020.