Having a flamboyant frontman along with a love of ’70s disco and glam rock and roll, the five-piece El Pres!dente have undoubtedly been called Scotland’s response to the Scissor Sisters. Hailing from Glasgow, the music group may be the brainchild of previous Weapon member Dante Gizzi, who developed the name while on tour in France. After Weapon split, he started writing tunes and, by using brother Jools, documented material on a little sampler, the outcomes of which had been aired on regional train station Radio Clyde. Following a couple of single gigs in the Ruler Tut’s location, Gizzi began to get a music group collectively — but after putting your signature on a management cope with One Information, various members still left the group in support of drummer Dawn Zhu continued to be. Gizzi after that recruited keyboardist Laura Marks, bassist Thomas McNeice, and guitarist Johnny McGlynn, and after putting your signature on a cope with BMG Information, they released their initial one, “Rocket,” on limited-edition 10″ crimson vinyl fabric in 2005. After touring the U.K., the music group released its first genuine one, “100 MPH,” which because of a Rubik’s Cube-inspired video, enticed enough focus on reach the very best 40. The music group then backed Kasabian on the U.K. tour and Oasis on the only Scottish time before a flooded stage canceled their planned Glastonbury established. Further singles “Without You” (amount 30) as well as the re-released “Rocket” (amount 48) didn’t break them through in to the mainstream and their self-titled debut record could only top at amount 57. The music group embarked on a more substantial U.K. tour, backed Jamiroquai, and made an appearance in the John Peel off tribute record Ever Fallen in Like (With Somebody You Shouldn’t’ve)?, but last single “Change This Factor Around” again just were able to creep in the Best 40. After carrying out on the primary stage at T within the Recreation area in 2006, the music group started focus on its second recording with Tx bassist Johnny McElhone.