Essentially a two-man project of Massachusetts natives Kirk Swan and Seth Tiven, having a rotating rhythm section, Dumptruck was, for a short moment, one of the favorites of U.S. university radio within the middle ’80s. They mixed the jangly power pop audio from the Southern option scene with smart lyrics along with a melancholy twist. Swan remaining past due in 1986, departing Tiven to transport on for just one even more album, For the united states, before dissolving the music group in 1988. The music group re-formed after settling legal disputes making use of their label in 1995 using a small-scale membership tour from the U.S. and a fresh record deal. Times of Fear implemented that same season; Terminal was released five years afterwards and Lemmings Happen to be the Sea made an appearance in early 2001.