Despite the fact that their shiny, peppy pop recalls Dexy’s Midnight Runners, Big Nation, XTC, Talking Mind, and other fresh influx luminaries, Fife, Scotland’s Canines Perish in Hot Cars was raised on the musical diet of Nirvana and Red Hot Chili Peppers. The music group — which allegedly discovered their unusual name while inhaling helium balloons — got their begin while vocalists/guitarists Craig Macintosh and Gary Smith, bassist Lee Worrall, keyboardist/vocalist Ruth Quigley, and drummer Laurence Davey had been still in senior high school. After playing gigs at their college, the group graduated to playing addresses at regional pubs, ultimately sneaking some of their own music onto the established list aswell. A couple of years afterwards, after conserving their cash, buying products, and writing tracks, Canines Die in Sizzling Cars shifted to Glasgow to spotlight their music. In summer season 2003, the music group released their first solitary on Radiate, “I REALLY LIKE You Because I MUST.” The song’s mixture of ska rhythms and fresh influx pop hooks earned the music group critical and industrial acclaim, leading these to indication with V2. As the music group was touring to get the solitary, Macintosh was electrocuted throughout a display they performed at Dundee’s Natural cotton Club. Despite struggling melts away on his hands, Macintosh was in any other case unharmed and made a decision to continue the tour. After another tour that fall, Canines Die in Sizzling Cars documented with Clive Langer, who also caused Dexy’s Midnight Joggers. Early in 2004, the music group produced their major-label debut with the person Bites Guy EP, that they adopted up several months later on with another one, Godhopping. Their debut record, Make sure you Describe Yourself, arrived afterwards that year.