In interviews, Jeremy Chatelain continues to be quick to provide up his love from the Americana sound, but it isn’t the genre you imagine of when you here his normal band, the indie rocking Jets to Brazil. The vocalist/songwriter/bassist started composing some tracks in a far more Americana/alt-country design around 1998, but Jets to Brazil was barely the right automobile. Instead, he developed Cub Country. Initially it wasn’t a music group but a “task” using a loose group of guidelines. The songs had been to be documented casually and at the earliest opportunity, to avoid obtaining bogged down with over-thinking. The initial product of the procedure was Cub Country’s debut EP, Castle Coldshins, that was documented by Chatelain along with his friend Utah Slim in 1999 and released with the Hearing to Surface label in 2000. Next was the even more elaborate Great Uinta Great, released by Jade Tree in 2002 and offering people of Helmet, Lunachicks, Competitor Institutions, and Chatelain’s very own Jets to Brazil. By 2004, Chatelain made a decision a regular music group was had a need to consider these songs on the highway. North Carolina music artists Matt Sumrow, Jeff Clarke, and Justin Ansley had been now regular people of Cub Nation and appeared on the 2004 record for Upcoming Farmer, Stay Poor/Stay Content.