Canadians Damhnait Doyle, Tara MacLean, and Kim Stockwood came together because the earthy alt-rock trio Shaye in the first 2000s. The associates were already more developed over the Canadian music picture before getting into the task. Stockwood, for instance, acquired already set up herself over the alt-rock entrance with her 1999 work, 12 YRS . OLD. MacLean, meanwhile, acquired scooped up an archive cope with Capitol and acquired came out at SXSW, and Doyle acquired collected many Juno nominations on her behalf first record, Shadows Wake Me. Shaye started when Doyle, MacLean, and Stockwood teamed up to record one monitor jointly, “Beauty.” These were so pleased with the result they made a decision to record a complete album jointly. After effectively lassoing manufacturer Jay Joyce in to the task, Shaye released their initial record, The Bridge, in 2003. The album’s initial single, “Content Baby,” continued to snag a SOCAN Award, a Canadian Radio Music Award, along with a Juno nomination, and the next one, “Beauty,” were able to climb in to the Best 20 over the A/C graphs. 3 years of touring and composing afterwards, Doyle, MacLean, and Stockwood going back to the studio room in 2006 to record their second record, Lake of Fireplace. The title monitor hit amount 13 over the Canadian graphs shortly prior to the album premiered in early 2007.