Supplying a curious but tasty stew of musical affects (quirky pop, prog, indie rock and roll, alt-country) and humorous conceits (including songs about Alan Watts, Princess Diana, as well as the Son of God), Boston’s Self Righteous Brothers had been produced in 2003 by Max Koepke, Jake Hal, and Justin McLean, all three of whom operate off on a multitude of guitars, keyboards, and percussion tools. In 2004, the trio documented an EP, The Squirrel of Lifestyle, and lay out on their initial tour in tandem with another Boston music group, Apollo Sunlight. The Self Righteous Brothers shortly earned a powerful local reputation because of their eclectic musical strategy, over-the-top life displays (offering bizarre props and outfits), and eccentric addresses of hits from the ’80s. In 2005, the music group extended their lineup to raised re-create their offbeat musical eyesight on-stage, adding Jesse Gallagher on keyboards, Sam Cohen on pedal metal electric guitar, and Kevin Corzett and Brian Schreck on saxophones. In 2007, the Personal Righteous Brothers released their initial fell-length record, In Loving Storage, written by the Los Angeles-based unbiased label Dark and Greene Information.