Tennessee vocalist and guitarist Jeffrey Novak started performing in punk rings in his teenagers. His groupings included Jeffrey Novak’s One Guy Band as well as the ultra-raw Rat Traps; when Rat Traps retired in 2006, Novak shaped Cheap Period. The group began being a Redd Kross-inspired hard rock-band, but after changing the tempo section, the sound got a left switch toward even more power pop and glam trappings. The music group released three albums for In debt between 2008 and 2012 (Inexpensive Period, Fantastic Explanations [And Identical Circumstances], and Wallpaper Music) where period Novak was also documenting tracks under his very own name where he performed all the musical instruments. Though not really a great departure from the energy pop noises of Cheap Period, these recordings provided him an opportunity to drill down deeper in to the Kinks and Bowie-style pop aspect from the formula. The Following the Ball LP premiered in ’09 2009, as had been the “House Sweet House” and “Original” singles. His following record, Baron in the Trees and shrubs, was documented at Jay Reatard’s studio room and was among the last tasks Reatard done before his untimely demise. Although record was because of be issued this year 2010 by In debt, it wasn’t until 2013 it finally noticed the light of time. Novak quickly implemented afterwards in 2013 with Lemon Child, a distillation of his garage area rock and roll leanings and Syd Barrett-influenced wispy psychedelia. By 2014, Novak got shaped Savoy Motel (an identical clothing to Cheap Period) alongside Cheap Period drummer Jessica McFarland and Large Cream guitarists Dillon Watson and Mimi Galbierz. The music group released its self-titled debut in 2016.