The Canadian pop duo Ash Koley began building music in 2004, after titular member Ashley Koley and songwriter Phil Deschambault were introduced with a mutual friend. A indigenous of Winnipeg, Koley have been performing since her early child years years, while Deschambault slice his teeth like a single designer and guitarist for a number of Winnipeg groups. Collectively, both mined an array of pop affects, from new influx artists to more sophisticated clothes. They honed their audio for quite some time before releasing some EPs during the period of five weeks. From past due 2009 to early 2010, they rolled out the White colored, Blue, Crimson, and Dark EPs before their debut recording, Innovations (Nettwerk/Sony). The recording showcased a left-field pop sound that combined in a few folksy elements, a separate mixture of Regina Spektor-esque quirk and Chairlift indie sensibility. Yet another EP and an acoustic recording adopted in 2012 prior to the music group switched points up in 2016. Their sophomore LP, Components, added immediate synth pop and hip-hop components, as noticed on first solitary “Felony,” that was co-written with Justin Grey (Mariah Carey, Amy Winehouse).