Lillix was a pop/rock and roll combo featuring guitarist Tasha-Ray Evin, older sister and keyboardist Lacey-Lee Evin, bassist Louise Melts away, and drummer Kim Urhahn. While these were hardly teens, the Evin sisters found instruments within the basement of the house in rural Cranbook, English Columbia. Using the enlistment of college pal Melts away as bassist and extra vocalist, the music group was officially coming and was quickly gigging throughout Cranbrook beneath the name Tigerlily. A tough demo found out its method to Vancouver entertainment lawyer Jonathan Simkin, who quickly identified the band’s potential and utilized industry connections to tidy up the demonstration recording and store it to Canadian and American brands. Maverick quickly little bit, putting your signature on the combo in January 2001 following a display in label mind Man Oseary’s L.A. workplace. Using the Maverick offer set up, Tigerlily became Lillix, as well as the band’s repertoire was fleshed out by using some industry benefits. More showcases adopted, drummer Urhahn was employed, and quickly Lillix was documenting their debut having a revolving door of makers and co-songwriters. Label shakeups and picture workups resulted in Dropping Uphill’s two-year gestation; nevertheless, it had been finally released in springtime 2003. The recording included efforts from red-hot makers and authors the Matrix (Avril Lavigne), Linda Perry (Red), and Glen Ballard (Alanis Morissette). Lillix’s bouncy cover from the Romantics’ “What I LOVE About You” was tapped because the theme to some WB sitcom of the same name; the group further backed their album using a tour of department stores and summer months radio celebrations. Their second record, In the Hollow, that is slated for 2007, highlighted brand-new drummer Alicia Warrington. Lillix also caused companies Adam Michael and Jeff Saltzman, who brought an identical brand-new wave-meets-modern-rock sheen to In the Hollow as he taken to the Killers’ Sizzling hot Fuss.