An offshoot of Created to Spill, Butterfly Teach was headed up by regular BtS bassist Brett Nelson (never to be puzzled with Brett Netson, another BtS cohort who led Boise, ID’s Caustic Resin). Nelson experienced developed in Twin Falls, Identification, with future Created to Spill head Doug Martsch, and initial used him within the punk music group Farm Days, that was formed within the mid-’80s as the two had been in senior high school. Martsch continued to play within the Treepeople before developing Created to Spill in 1993, conceiving of the group being a loose collective that could allow him to utilize different music artists he understood and enjoyed. Nelson was asked to try out bass on the next Created to Spill record, 1994’s THERE IS NOTHING Wrong With Like, alongside ex-Farm Times drummer Andy Capps. That publicity helped create a cope with Up Information for Nelson’s various other project, Butterfly Teach, originally a punk-pop clothing offering bassist Forrest Orr and drummer Tim Harris. With Nelson on lead vocals, the group released an individual, “Blame Fat” b/w “Pup Time,” on Up in 1994, and finished their debut record, Building Distrust From Trust, that calendar year aswell. For the next Butterfly Teach record, Nelson assembled a completely brand-new group — guitarist Eric Penney, bassist Ambrose Richardson, and previous cohort Andy Capps on drums — and followed a style even more influenced by brand-new influx pop. Distorted, Retarded, Peculiar made an appearance in 1996 and discovered Nelson playing bass, electric guitar, and piano. Nelson was eventually invited to come back to Created to Spill because of their 1997 major-label debut, Ideal TO ANY EXTENT FURTHER, and Martsch produced him a long lasting person in the group, successfully putting Butterfly Teach to rest.