Roots rock and roll quartet Bonjah began when New Zealanders Glenn Mossop, Regan Lethbridge, David Morgan, and Dan Chisholm met while college students and formed a music group called Bonjahbango. The group shortened their name to Bonjah and relocated to Melbourne, Australia in 2006. The group’s sound, seriously affected by blues, spirit, and reggae, was honed through intensive worldwide touring and event times, including support slot machines for the Who, G. Like & Particular Sauce, Trinity Origins, and Eskimo Joe. The group’s debut recording, Until Dawn, made an appearance in ’09 2009, accompanied by the more electrical, uptempo Go Proceed Chaos, released in 2011. The group garnered interest for his or her cover of Lorde’s “Royals” in 2013. 2014’s Gorgeous Crazy was the group’s most effective effort however, peaking at quantity 41 within the Australian album graphs.