The Caulfields were an alternative rock band from Newark, Delaware which recorded two albums for A&M Records in the 1990s. The group was led by singer/songwriter John Faye and also included Mike Simpson on guitar, Sam Musumeci on bass, and Scott Kohlmorgen on drums (later replaced by Ritchie Rubini).
Their first album was 1995's Whirligig. The album's initial single was "Devil's Diary", which received limited radio play as well as exposure on MTV. The band Toured Australia on the back of airplay on popular youth radio station Tripple J, supporting Australian band Died Pretty. The group never achieved significant commercial success and split shortly after the release of L, their second album, in 1997.
Faye would go on to release an album with The John Faye Power Trip in 1999, and currently fronts the Philadelphia-based group ike.