Playing tough, swaggering ’70s-designed rock & move influenced with the Faces as well as the Moving Rocks, Vancouver’s Lions in the pub are a group who’ve discovered the hard way the worthiness to do things your have way. Lions in the pub produced in 2000 as the Years, with Chris Kinnon on business lead vocals and electric guitar, Sean Casey on electric guitar, Enzo Figliuzzi on bass and vocals, and Jeff Kinnon (Chris’ sibling) on drums, keyboards, and vocals. As the Years obtained a local pursuing, their audio became more powerful, louder, and even more in tune using the noises of rock and roll & roll’s more threatening former. In 2004, the Years had been spotted with a major-label A&R guy who agreed upon the music group to an archive deal and connected them up with a supervisor centered out of NEW YORK. However, what appeared like a fantasy become a reality became something of headache — as the group was courted by many big-name makers, they didn’t appear to be the right match for the music, as well as the label didn’t release the recording the Years have been documenting on the dime. After employing an attorney to have them out of their agreement, the Years came back to Vancouver in early 2006 poorer but wiser and holed up within their cellar practice space, where they upset a batch of fresh songs and started committing these to tape utilizing a battered eight-track documenting deck. The music group decided to tag the new period by changing their name to Lions in the pub, and their cellar sessions led to a five-song EP, Kitty Got Your Tongue, that your band opted to provide away as a free of charge download on the site. The gambit developed a powerful hype for Lions in the pub, who responded by striking the street hard in both Canada and america, earning a powerful fan pursuing and earning rave reviews because of their showcase set in the 2007 South by Southwest Music Meeting in Austin, TX.