Shaped in Leeds, Britain in 1979, the pop-punk unit Girls at Our Top! comprised vocalist Judy Evans, guitarist Adam Alan and bassist Gerald Swift. Originally dubbed the Butterflies, they kicked across the United kingdom punk picture, and were around the verge of disabanding if they taken care of immediately an advertisement published with a Cambridge region recording studio providing half-off session prices. Using drummer Chris Oldroyd, the group documented two songs, “Warm Ladies” and “Obtaining Nowhere Fast.” In the springtime of 1980, the demonstration premiered as an individual on Rough Trade beneath the name Ladies at Our Greatest!, an appellation extracted from a lyric in “Warm Ladies.” With program drummer Paul Simon, the music group quickly re-entered the studio room to cut their second solitary, “Politics,” which like its forerunner topped the U.K. indie graphs. After the long term addition of previous Expelaires drummer Carl Harper, Ladies at Our Greatest! issued another single, “Choose Gold,” adopted in 1981 from the launch of their long-awaited debut LP Pleasure. Though no formal announcement of their break-up ever made an appearance, the record was the group’s last.