Alternate folk duo Nizlopi are among the noughties’ greatest one-hit wonders, having increased from obscurity to score a wide array one single, by using a viral cartoon, just to never chart again. Luke Concannon (vocals/acoustic guitar/bodhran) and John Parker (dual bass/human being beatbox) began composing and performing collectively at age 13 after conference at Trinity Catholic Technology University in Leamington Health spa, England. Named following a Hungarian woman Concannon experienced a crush on, the duo released its debut recording, Half These Tunes Are About You, an eclectic mix of jazz, Celtic folk, and hip-hop, made by Gavin Monaghan (Robert Place), in 2004. Although its business lead one, “The JCB Melody,” originally stalled at amount 160, it topped the graph when re-released by the end of 2005 because of its captivating Monkeehub-directed cartoon video, which became a word-of-mouth Internet feeling. The song, predicated on an account of a Luke traveling on his father’s mechanised digger to flee school bullies, marketed half of a million copies, and was just kept from the Christmas number 1 place by X-Factor champion Shayne Ward’s debut one. A year afterwards, they documented an acoustic EP, Outstanding, and after helping famous brands Jamie Cullum and Christina Aguilera, their second record, MAKE IT WORK, premiered in 2008. Made by Phil Dark brown (Bob Marley), it included the one “Start Origins” along with a cooperation with poet Benjamin Zephaniah. In early 2010, Concannon and Parker announced on Nizlopi’s public website that that they had split up to be able to focus on their solo professions.