The creation of singer-songwriter Blair Jollands, a fresh Zealand expatriate located in London, Britain. Ahead of his departure from New Zealand in the middle-90s, Jollands performed in several bands located in Auckland and in addition performed being a single artist in the espresso house circuit. Soon after documenting his 1994 cassette debut, he still left New Zealand to try and broker a music agreement in NY, but finished up in London where he come up with Un Hula with guitarist Rhys Hughes. The debut record, Hotel, was documented with several session music artists and released in 2001 through Boy George’s Even more Proteins imprint. The record’s elegant lush pop proceeded to go largely unnoticed in the united kingdom graphs, although Jollands’ adoption from the vocal mannerisms of Scott Walker and Jim Morrison was more than enough to attract the interest of many music critics. The follow-up, Violent Like, was a far more coherent established, and included two modern classics in ‘Bitter Female’ and ‘Killer Landings’. Jollands was backed at concert events by a music group including Hughes, Noam Halby (drums), Andrew Recreation area (bass), Sarah Dark brown (vocals), and Sandy Mill (vocals).