In 2008, songwriter Ben Fox packed up his instruments and still left Montreal, where he’d spent many years learning politics science and British Lit at Concordia School. After resettling in Toronto, he began piecing jointly a lineup of like-minded music artists to try out the materials he’d constructed between classes. Joel Clifton, Branko Scekic, Dave Wickland, and Lucas Fredette all climbed aboard, and Dinosaur Bone fragments released a self-titled EP afterwards that calendar year while playing a string of hometown gigs with Sloan, Sebastien Grainger, and various other Canadian serves. The group ultimately extended its touring timetable to add America, even while composing material for the full-length record. Their debut, My Divider, found its way to 2011 on Dine By itself Records, implemented in 2013 by their sophomore discharge, Shaky Dream.