The long-running Denver-based indie pop band Dressy Bessy were led by singer/guitarist Tammy Ealom, who began her musical career as an associate from the little-known 40th Day; with time she remaining the group to spotlight writing her personal material, eventually becoming a member of the initial incarnation from the Minders. Some short-lived tasks (including a stint in Sissy Fuzz) adopted before a discouraged Ealom befriended drummer Darren Albert, and with bassist Rob Greene they created Dressy Bessy, issuing their debut solitary, “Ultra Vivid Color,” in middle-1997. Ealom’s sweetheart, Apples in Stereo system guitarist John Hill, agreed upon on for 1998’s You Stand Right here EP; the full-length Green Hearts Yellow Moons implemented early another season on venerable indie pop label Kindercore. Their multi-colored, childlike aesthetic suit very well using the band’s visible and musical design. Their relationship continuing with 2003’s self-titled record. Two big adjustments happened from then on; Albert still left the music group and was changed by Craig Gilbert, and Kindercore successfully ceased functions. That still left Dressy Bessy to consider a new house, and in 2005 they agreed upon with Transdreamer Information, soon launching their fourth record, the tougher, even more punk-influenced Electrified. Their following record, 2008’s Holler and Stomp, proceeded to go even further for the reason that path, adding some post-punk no wave with their bubblegum pop. The effect didn’t make the band’s supporters too content and a planned tour didn’t prosper because of the global financial collapse. These elements led Ealom and Hill (who had been at this time married) to place the music group on hiatus. Bassist Greene remaining the group through the break in support of the occasional display or digital solitary proved these were still around. In 2016, the group came back with a fresh label, Yep Roc, and a fresh recording, Kingsized. It presented looks by R.E.M.’s Peter Buck, Crazy Flag’s Rebecca Cole, and indie rock and roll jack-of-all-trades Scott McCaughey, and demonstrated the band to become firmly back on the right track.