Mary Lorson, the frontwoman whose taintly lovely vocals have encircled the indie rock-band Madder Rose since 1990, returned in early 2000 having a single task Saint Low. Lorson wanted another creative wall plug and made a decision to have a break from Madder Rose in 1997, twisting the edgy indie stylings of her earlier band’s sound to get a clear jazzy experience filled with funkadelic vibes and clean pop hooks in Saint Low. And becoming a member of Lorson is definitely a five-piece support made up of bassist Stahl Caso, violinist Joe Myer, pianist Michael Stark, vocalist Jennie Stearns, and drummer Zaun Marshburn. Saint Low authorized with Thirsty Hearing and released a self-titled launch in summer season 2000. Lorson spent 2001 on the highway, playing gigs with Willard Give Conspiracy and SXSW. Among carrying out, she and Saint Low discovered period playing in the studio room. Techniques For Dawn, that was released in March 2002, catches those sessions.