In 1999, singer/songwriter Joseph Arthur opened a gig headlined by 3 Seafood, a side project of Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament and Richard Stuverud from the Fastbacks. The trio strike it off, nonetheless it would have a decade to allow them to collaborate. This year 2010, they reunited in Seattle, where Ament asked Arthur to his Montana studio room. Two years later on, in Apr 2012, the group dubbed RNDM documented an recording in four times. Acts premiered in Oct that 12 months. It presented a familiar ’90s alt-rock audio, laying Arthur’s gravelly tone of voice over Ament and Stuverud’s rollicking bass and drums. Four years later on, the band came back having a sophomore work. Updating their audio with slinky rhythms and dance beats, RNDM debuted their fresh sonic path on first solitary “NYC Freaks.” Ghost Driving was released per month later on in March 2016.