The foundation of London, England’s Orange Can could be traced back again to early 1999, when brothers Wayne and Jason Aslett began focusing on a lot of songs together. Having simply finished amount of time in another music group, the Asletts made a decision to fashion an archive in their house studio and collect bandmates later on. They spent 90 days recording Entrance Large Rise, using the intention to re-record the materials after bringing in a label using what that they had. The self-employed Regal (U.K. house from the Beta Music group and Boymerang) had been impressed enough from the record to routine it for launch without changing something. Soon after cementing the offer with Regal, the Asletts recruited bassist Lee Catlin along with a drummer, who later be changed by Rory Clarke. The quartet documented The Engine Home, an EP that premiered before Entrance Great Rise. Both record and EP appreciated positive comparisons towards the Rock Roses and early Green Floyd, showing power in atmospherics without dipping into pretense. Following a couple of 2001 singles, the Ansletts released their sophomore LP, House Burns.