Stereo Skyline shaped in 2006, even though its people were still going to senior high school in East Meadow, NY. While bicycling through a number of different lineups, the music group began launching recordings like 2006’s Most severe Case Situation and 2008’s self-titled Stereo system Skyline EP. Co-founder Matt Villani still left the lineup almost a year following the EP’s discharge and was changed by Brian Maddox, who became a member of just with time to indication a record cope with Columbia. The group after that began focus on a full-length record, with previous Metro Place frontman Blake Healy offering as the manufacturer and a string of songwriters — including Healy, Adam Schlesinger, and S*A*M & Sluggo — functioning as collaborators. The ensuing record, Stuck on Do it again, was released through the summertime of 2010.