When the British indie pop band the Boo Radleys known as it quits in 1998, founding guitarist and songwriter Martin Carr started a solo job beneath the moniker Daring Captain, releasing a reliable string of albums, EPs, and singles in the first about half from the 2000s. His eclectic, even more electronic-leaning songs had been a long way off from your Radleys’ guitar-based shoegaze design and had been also significant for offering Carr himself on vocals, something he hardly ever did back many years ago. Following the launch of 2006’s Interruptions LP, Carr forgotten the Daring Captain name, selecting instead to make use of his provided name on 2009’s Ye Gods (And Small Fishes). At this time in his profession, the many different designs and influences experienced begun to mix collectively into an amalgam of folk, Baroque pop, nation, dub, and a little bit of Radleys-esque power pop. Apart from a 2012 solitary, Carr remained fairly quiet over another many years before coming back in Sept 2014 along with his second proper single record The Breaks.