The roots of Backwater lie dating back to 1990, when Barry Peak (b. 7 June 1974, Belfast, North Ireland; acoustic guitar/vocals) and Boyd Lowe (b. 1974, Belfast, North Ireland; acoustic guitar/vocals), started playing punk rock and roll having a now-forgotten tempo section. After many years they resolved down with Ryan McAuley (b. 4 Oct 1972, Belfast, North Ireland; bass) and Richard Bassett (drums). They started to obtain media interest at a comparable period as Ash and sluggish hacks tended to lump them collectively as some kind of ‘Ulsterpunk’ trend. Backwater, nevertheless, lacked their contemporaries’ glam pop sensibilities, relying rather upon the comparison between your songwriters’ respective designs: Maximum’s hazy, stream-of-consciousness tableaux, where lyrics adopted the music; and Lowe’s splenetic Fall -esque sound, written another way circular. The music group’s 1st two singles, Lowe’s ‘Didactic No’ and Maximum’s ‘Supercool’, accomplished airplay from John Peel off and Tag Radcliffe; support slot machines with famous brands Urusei Yatsura, Sebadoh and, bizarrely, Def Leppard adopted. In 1995 they documented their debut recording for Ché Information but it had not been released until more than a 12 months later, where time Bassett, fed up with touring, have been changed by Shaun Robinson (b. 8 Apr 1974, Belfast, North Ireland). More considerably, soon after Angels Are Awesome noticed the light of day time, Lowe remaining the band, time for his first like, painting. Backwater continuing like a trio for a short while before phoning it each day. Maximum, McAuley and Robinson later on worked collectively in Torgas Valley Reds.