Leslie Mills got her begin as a vocalist/songwriter using the rootsy pop music group Towards the Moon Alice, that was a brief participant within the mid-’90s HORDE event/granola alternative picture. Though it handled a guaranteeing 1997 EP for A&M, moving corporate tectonics pressured To the Moon Alice’s hands, as well as the music group folded. Undeterred, Mills started shopping around to get a offer of her personal. She eventually authorized with CAA, got at Atlantic, and guaranteed an impressive posting cope with Paul McCartney’s MPL Music, Inc. Pretty good for a female who had started jamming with her potential Towards the Moon Alice bandmates during downtime using their day time jobs in a nationwide recreation area. In 2002, Mills decamped to Nashville, where she started focus on her single debut with Australian maker and co-writer Chris Pelcer. The recording traveled through as much sonic permutations as Mills do studios to record it (Nashville, NY, London, L.A., etc.); when it finally made an appearance in Sept 2003, Different for women was a lush, energetic record mixing Sophie B. Hawkins spirit with crunchy, extremely accessible adult substitute.