Baltimore jangle pop trio Professional Modifications were founded in March of 2013 by indie pop enthusiasts Paul Krolian (drums), Alan Everhart (bass, also of shoegaze music group Wildhoney), and guitarist Patrick Teal. Greatly influenced by U.K. post-punk rings like the Fall, C-86 rings including Close Lobsters, and New Zealand pop organizations just like the Clean, the trio gigged around their hometown, where Krolian curated indie display Baltimore Popfest, and performed displays with Crystal Stilts, the Aches and pains to be Pure in mind, the Flatmates, yet others. The group released a self-titled five-song cassette EP in 2014, and after going right through multiple pressings, Slumberland released the EP on vinyl fabric in 2015. On the other hand, the band acquired agreed upon to Kanine Information and begun focusing on their debut record. Working with manufacturers Mls Waltuck and Dan Frome, the trio quickly documented their songs, seldom going past a few takes. Because of this brisk speed, the record was performed in three times, though the mixing up — that was performed by Speed Girl’s Archie Moore — had taken a couple of months even more. The finished item, You Can’t CONTINUALLY BE Liked, was released in past due 2015.