Although it will be simple to assume that Lazenby took their name in one from the (arguably) better James Bonds, the band was named — much more likely, really — after founding member Sarah Lazenby. Introduced to fellow music group creator Nick Lockwood by Arctic Monkeys supervisor Geoff Barradale, the set quickly rallied a music group around them — Tom Farmer on bass, Rob Gentry on secrets, and Jez Wiles on drums — and started training their audio. That audio, which brought collectively such affects as the ’70s-period stylings of Fleetwood Mac pc and Dr. Fink combined with the even more up-to-date function of Scissor Sisters and Gogol Bordello, was an instantaneous hit, as well as the music group soon got some high-profile gigs, like the O2 Cellular Event as well as the Edinburgh Event. An appearance with Jamiroquai in the Gumball Rally release was even more icing within the currently sweet wedding cake of success, as well as the music group had no issue getting a major-label record cope with 206/Complete (a Common subsidiary). Their 1st single, “Hearing Joni,” premiered in June of 2008, having a full-length follow-up, The Loft Years, not really too much behind — actually, through the same month.