When his old band Creeper Lagoon dropped aside, singer/guitarist Ian Sefchick was disappointed and shaken plenty of to move from your band’s hometown of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and check out southern California. Sefchick was spending a whole lot of restless period on the sofa before an opportunity ending up in guitarist Scott Ford got him worked up about beginning a band once again. Shortly bassist Dan Horne and drummer Anthony Improgo had been on board as well as the four associates — plus a tabby kitty called Mouski — all transferred into a home in LA. When they had been ready, they loaded the communal car and going to San Francisco’s Tiny Phone studios in the summertime of 2003. Although 11 music had been recorded, the music group were left with just enough money to combine and surface finish six of these. The six music produced the band’s self-titled EP released by San Francisco’s 17 Factors label in past due 2003. Main label Universal captured wind from the buzz throughout the energetic music group and re-released the EP in springtime of 2004.