Brothers Ellis and Tom Clark had worked together for a long time before forming Epicycle in the late ’90s. Crafting a audio that used emo rock’s dynamics, poppy melodies, and a independence to train on a variety of tools not often connected with alternate rock and roll, Epicycle’s debut converted mind upon its launch in 1998. Rather than chasing it up, the music group decided to focus on additional artist’s records rather. First arrived Kevin Tihista’s Don’t Breathe a Term and Judo, where the brothers created and performed a lot of the support songs. Next was a cooperation with Nikki Sudden, which bled into another cooperation with Jeff Tweedy that finished up on Sudden’s recording aswell. Finally, Ellis caused the Chamber Strings and June & the Leave Wounds before time for his sibling for a fresh batch of tunes. Jumping back to the studio room in the springtime of 2002, Swift was documented in the next weeks and released in nov that year.