Playing electro-acoustic folk-pop in a method that’s simultaneously beautiful and enigmatic, Safe and sound Home arrived together in the wake from the breakup of shoegazer rockers the Nightblooms. Following the group disbanded, vocalist Esther Sprikkelman came back to holland and designed to keep the music business once and for all. However, she quickly found herself thinking up concepts for new tracks, therefore she started collaborating with Nightblooms guitarist Harry Otten, with Sprikkelman composing lyrics and Sprikkelman and Otten posting credit for the music. Both come up with a home studio room, and by using maker and multi-instrumentalist Steve Mitchell, they started recording their fresh compositions within their free time. In the springtime of 2001, Safe and sound House released their debut Compact disc EP, Travel with time, and through the rest of the entire year they released some five 7″ vinyl fabric singles independently Angels In Space label. IN-MAY of 2002, Safe and sound Home combined many tracks through the solitary series with fresh material to create up their 1st full-length recording, You Can’t Undo What’s Currently Undid.