Brought to the interest from the indie pop globe by two darlings from the genre, Tegan and Sara, An Equine was originally envisioned like a single vehicle for past Iron On member Kate Cooper. An Equine became a duo following the addition of drummer Damon Cox, who worked well alongside Cooper at an unbiased record shop in Brisbane, Australia. Both started writings tunes collectively in 2007, using the record shop as their preliminary rehearsal space and quickly creating a basic, melodic sound based on Cox’s percussion and Cooper’s fuzzed-out acoustic guitar. One year later on, they became a member of Tegan and Sara within the group’s 2008 American tour and released a well-received EP, NOT NECESSARILY Scared. In conjunction with the touring slot machine for an currently hot take action, An Equine quickly caught open fire, and their recognition in both Australia (where they toured with Loss of life Cab for Cutie) and america helped drum up expectation for the band’s full-length debut, Rearrange Mattresses. Released in March 2009, Rearrange Mattresses was followed a year later with a remix recording. After touring to get both produces, An Equine took a short break to recharge, with Cooper coming back house to Montreal and Cox settling in Melbourne. They reconvened in Vancouver afterwards that calendar year and inserted the recording studio room with Howard Redekopp, who acquired mixed Rearrange Bedrooms. The consequence of those periods, Walls, premiered in Apr 2011.