Pollyanna found prominence in Australia in the mid-’90s using their make of noisy indie guitar pop, similar to Glucose or Happy Days-era Catherine Steering wheel. Produced in Sydney, Australia, in 1993, the initial Pollyanna lineup was Matt Handley (vocals/electric guitar), Maryke Stapleton (bass), and Serge Luca (drums). Their initial EP, FordGreenSilverRocket, released in Oct 1994, was generally disregarded, although their second EP, Junior, was found by Australian radio following its discharge in Feb 1995, largely because of the monitor “Pale Grey Eye.” Their initial full record, Long Player, made an appearance in early 1996, and received great reviews because of its guitar-driven pop. Many tracks became substitute radio staples and a unitary — “Lemonsuck” — were able to split the Australian mainstream graphs. With this newfound achievement at heart, Pollyanna re-released both early EPs using one disk entitled Junior Rock and roll in November 1996. Pursuing comprehensive touring, including support areas for the Australian knee of travels by Weezer, Paw, and Garbage, Pollyanna started focus on their brand-new record. During the documenting from the recording, Luca stop the group, and was changed by Glenn Maynard, who experienced performed in Melbourne rings Have a good Day time and Violetine. Appropriately, the music group shifted foundation from Sydney to Melbourne at the moment. Pollyanna came back with Hello Halo in past due 1997. As the recording was not an enormous stylistic switch for the music group, monitors like “Brittle After that Broken” and “Air conditioning Your Pumps” demonstrated that Pollyanna had been capable of composing more than simply straightforward guitar rock and roll. Hello Halo received popular interest and was greeted with great reviews.