This British group is primarily the genesis of singer-songwriter Trevor Jones. In the mid-nineties, after dealing with co-producer Steve Davis, Wonder Mile self-released its debut recording Bike Theives in 1997. The duo added Les Nemes on bass, Trevor Smith on drums and Phil Smith on saxophone and keyboards. Tag Hornby would replace Phil Smith within the ensuing tour. Touring throughout Britain ensued with enthusiastic evaluations for the modern pop audio in the vein of Gorgeous South and Packed House. The next year saw even more touring as well as the launch of Candids in 1998. But by that point Trevor Jones experienced cultivated weary of touring and opted rather for more studio room work. Continuing function in 1999 on fresh tunes, but Steve Davis departed the music group citing period constraints and family members priorities. Changed by Marcus Cliffe, Wonder Mile released Sluggish Fade on MeMe Information in 2001. The recording was noted because of its simpler and even more personal sound, with great evaluations in English music mags and weeklies such as for example Mojo and PERIODS. In the summertime of 2001, the group came back to the studio room for focus on another recording. Inspired from the Daniel Lanois recording Acadie, the recording took hook country audio in its platform. In the springtime of 2003, the group released Alaska on MeMe Information. The group contemplated performing concert events after Cliffe’s tour with Tag Knopfler was terminated because of the guitarist’s motorcycle incident.