A prototypical early-’80s synthesizer act, NY trio Our Daughters Wedding ceremony is best kept in mind for the 1981 disco crossover hit “Lawnchairs.” Motivated from the punk trend, the music group formed as a typical guitar/bass/drums rock device in 1977. Acquiring their group’s name from your section divider inside a greeting cards display stand, associates Layne Rico (synthesizers), Keith Silva (vocals/synthesizers) and Scott Simon (saxophone/synthesizers) held the outfit working with its first instrumentation until 1978. In 1979, the three made a decision to re-form the music group, using rhythm devices and synthesizers. Similar to the group’s most apparent sources of motivation — digital trailblazers Kraftwerk and Suicide — Rico, Silva, and Simon seen their music group as coming tightly in the rock custom. In interviews, they stated to have small in keeping with then-contemporary synth-driven works like Depeche Setting and Orchestral Manoeuvres at night, who they decried as gimmicky fluff. Independently Style label, Our Daughters Wedding ceremony made their vinyl fabric debut in the summertime of 1980 with “Nightlife,” a three-song 7.” In November of this year, the music group released its second one, “Lawnchairs,” which quickly obtained attention on university radio and in the dance night clubs in main U.S. metropolitan areas. Based on the effectiveness of the record’s displaying, EMI America agreed upon the group and re-released “Lawnchairs,” which reached Amount 49 in the United kingdom graphs and peaked at Amount 31 in the Billboard disco graph. The group implemented up with a 12″ EP., “Digital Cowboy” (1981) and an record, Moving Home windows (1982). Struggling to recapture the graph achievement of “Lawnchairs,” the music group split up in 1983.