Formed in the beginning of 2013, the band quickly established a reputation as a group to listen to, with a monthly residency at their spiritual home The Finsbury, London. Based on Dunbar’s theory that society works best in groups of 150 people, the band aim to play intimate settings, with the goal of playing to no more and no less than 150 people at a time.
Following one of their tracks (Cutting Corners) featuring in a television campaign, the band asked producer Sonjay Prabhakar to produce their first EP, ‘Songs We Sing Before We’re Successful’, a somewhat conceptual album tracking the violent uprising of an ambitious individual disillusioned with running in the rat race.
Their second EP (I Don’t Believe In Atheists) recorded a few months after the release of the first was a lighter affair, featuring acoustic numbers, the extended reggae/rock/post-rock title track and a live comedy track about the rise and fall of David Goo’s past band.
The band are currently working on their debut full length album, ‘Monogamy,’ a story about the agony and the ecstasy of promiscuity, monogamy, and life in the big city.