The Scottish sextet Cruiser was formed in 1999. Originally a task that featured just Kevin Lynch (guitars, keyboards, vocals, sequencing), by enough time a lo-fi demonstration of his discovered its way in to the hands from the impartial Devil within the Woods label, Cruiser was authorized and Lynch was asked to put together a band. Quickly a lineup of Matt Dean (bass, keyboards, vocals), John Brennan (guitars, vocals), Murray MacKay (guitars, keyboards, vocals, sequencing), Caroline Barber (vocals, cello, keyboards), and Lynch’s sibling, Mikey Dean (keyboards), became a member of up with Cruiser’s lone founding member. The producing album, 2001’s North Electric, demonstrated Cruiser’s audio was a fusion of country-rock matches electronica and alternate, recalling such renowned performers as Neil Youthful, Kraftwerk, and My Bloody Valentine. Before fronting Cruiser, Lynch worked well concert lamps for Slowdive and Adorable, and designed the Mogwai EP.