Tom Woodhead (vocals/synth), Rob Canning (bass), Katie Nicholls (drums), and Whiskas (electric guitar) create the angst-ridden post-punk-inspired audio of ¡Forwards, Russia! Previously of Dark Helicopters, Canning and Woodhead became a member of siblings Nicholls and Whiskas within their indigenous Leeds, Britain, in 2004 to create the indie rock and roll quartet and their very own label, Dance to the air. ¡Forwards, Russia! toured the U.K. incessantly throughout their 1st year collectively while also issuing their debut, a break up solitary with This Et Al, in springtime 2005. “Nine” sold-out in just seven days and BBC Radio 1 DJ Steve Lamacq instantly hyped ¡Forwards, Russia!’s frantic energy on his 6 Music train station. “Thirteen/Fourteen” adopted in August and do similarly well, but ¡Forwards, Russia! got in the U.K. Best 40 with “Twelve” as well as the “Nine” reissue in early 2006. That springtime, ¡Forwards, Russia! became a member of the Auto, the Very long Blondes, Howling Bells, and Son Kill Son for the NME SONGS Tour. Provide Me a Wall structure designated their LP debut in-may; its stateside launch for Mute adopted in September. For his or her second album, Existence Processes, the music group moved to Cooking food Vinyl fabric and teamed up with maker Matt Bayles — who also caused Mastodon and Pearl Jam. The recording, which boasted a heavier, even more expansive sound than Provide Me a Wall structure, premiered in springtime 2008 in Japan as well as the U.K., and in the U.S. that summer season via Mute.