The recording moniker utilized by ex-Mutton Wild birds bass player Alan Gregg (b. New Zealand). After his prior band had didn’t make the same effect on the UK marketplace as within their indigenous New Zealand, Gregg continued to be behind following the remaining Mutton Wild birds flew house. Holed up in Stoke Newington, London he got some simple recording apparatus and exercised how to utilize it. Bizarrely the Mutton Wild birds re-formed after getting asked to try out at a GOD, THE FATHER Of The Bands premiere, and it had been right here that Gregg had taken his simple recordings, enlisted his close friends and connections in New Zealand to include some meat towards the bone fragments. When he came back to Britain he got the record blended and sent the demonstration out to several labels beneath the Marshmallow moniker. He was ultimately given the chance release a the self-titled record through CRS Information in 2003. Stand-out monitors ‘Anytime Shortly’, ‘Arrive Sunday’ as well as the haunting ‘The Ballad Of Wendi Deng’ (about mass media tycoon Rupert Murdoch’s wife) illustrated Gregg’s skill for creating richly melodic indie pop, with obvious reference factors being Crowded Home, the Go-Betweens, as well as the Magnetic Fields.