Seattle indie rock and roll quartet Lillydale carry a particular resemblance towards the anthemic but folky indie rock and roll from the Arcade Open fire, on a very much smaller level but with an identical feeling of positivity when confronted with struggle. Lillydale created in Seattle in-may 2004, made up of business lead vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist Josie O. Markevich (who generally forsakes his surname), business lead guitarist Jason Williams, bassist Holly Deye, and drummer David Lopez. The brand new music group released a demonstration EP, Erstwhile Confessions of the Butterfly Center, in early 2005; regional alternative radio train station KEXP added the EP’s “Light Lanterns” with their rotation, improving the band’s local profile and finally getting them authorized to the neighborhood indie Mt. Fuji Information (Small Brazil, etc.). Their debut full-length, The Artwork to become One’s Own Darkness, was made by Seattle indie pop story Johnny Sangster and released in the springtime of 2007.