The Manchester indie pop group Help Stamp Out Loneliness were formed by two former members from the Vocabulary of Flowers, Bentley Cooke (guitar) and Colm McCrory (bass), from then on band split in 2007. After a short while off to regroup and ponder the knowledge of playing in another indie pop music group, the duo made a decision to retake the plunge and begin looking for fresh bandmates. Drummer Ben Ambridge was the first ever to sign on, accompanied by Louise Winfield (body organ) and Kath McMahon (piano) and topped off by vocalist D. Lucille Campbell nearly a year later on. Taking inspiration through the same “twee” indie pop as their earlier group, but adding a somewhat darker and even more grown-up audio, the recently minted group documented its first solitary, “Torvill & Dean”/”Record Store,” in early 2009 for the Papillons Noir label. After playing displays and liberating the music “Pacific Garbage Vortex” this year 2010, the music group documented its debut full-length aware of help from ace manufacturer Woodie Taylor (of Comet Gain). The causing self-titled record was co-released by Where It’s at Is normally WHAT YOUR LOCATION IS and Papillons Noir in the springtime of 2011.