Indie rock and roll darlings Palomar shaped in 1998 with Rachel Warren, Sasha Alcott, and Matt Hauser. They installed with Television’s Fred Smith to separately released a self-titled work in 1999. Christina Prostano, previously of Warren’s previous music group Trixie Belden, became a member of the band with time for the CMJ Music Marathon Display in fall 2000. Sasha still left shortly thereafter, departing Sarah Brockett from the Philadelphia rock and roll clothing, Overlord, to fill up her sneakers. Palomar played schedules around Northeastern America for another two years, writing the stage with rings just like the Strokes, Medical clinic, Luna, Burning up Airlines, as well as the Microphones. Another full-length, Palomar II, made an appearance in summer months 2002, and Matt Hauser still left the group. Filling up his sneakers with Dale W. Miller, they released Palomar III: Revenge of Palomar in the summertime of 2004.