Developing in New Zealand in 2008, melodic alternative rockers I Am Large rose from the ashes of more metal-leaning take action Blindspott, who split up for a short while in 2007. Previous Blindspott drummer Shelton Woolright connected up with bassist Paul Matthews, guitarist Maximum O’Donnell, and English vocalist Ed Martin to explore a audio less metallic and more aimed toward option rock and roll. I Am Large worked for a long period toward their 2011 debut full-length, The Horrifying Truth, which became a big success for the music group, reaching gold-selling position and charting worldwide. The recording was bookended with EP produces, including 2010’s Town Restricts/Neon Sunrise and 2012’s self-titled EP. The music group ultimately relocated to London. O’Donnell remaining I Am Large this year 2010, departing them with a string of revolving alternative guitarists, including Aja Timu, Andrew Kerr, and Michael Triponel. In 2013, function began on the sophomore recording, with maker Forrester Savell, who done The Horrifying Truth, once again behind the combining board.