While Lovely Justice might have started as a gathering of the thoughts between people of three notable punk rock and roll rings, musically the trio quickly evolved right into a group using the talent as well as the versatility to consider a variety of stylistic pathways. Lovely Justice was shaped in 2002 by Frank Meyer, previous vocalist and guitarist using the Streetwalkin’ Cheetahs. Meyer wrote the screenplay for an unbiased film called Body fat Cats, and had a need to produce some supply music for the film. Buying 1970s hard rock and roll vibe, Meyer asked bassist Bruce Duff (who got caused ADZ, Jeff Dahl, and .45 Grave before) and Todd Westover (formerly from the BellRays) on drums to record some songs in his house studio. Meyer and Duff had been happy enough using the material to choose to make Lovely Justice a continuing project, so when the music group converted into a full-time concern following the breakup from the Cheetahs, Westover vacated the drum chair and another BellRays veteran, Chris Markwood, took over. The music group began playing gigs for the Los Angeles membership scene, sharing expenses with Rocket through the Tombs, the Sluggish Cowgirls, Legal Tool, and Zeke, and after adding tracks to a few compilation albums, produced their documented debut on the split 7″ distributed to renowned Midwest rocker Scott Morgan. In 2003, Lovely Justice agreed upon to the Philadelphia-based 3rd party label Genuine O Mind Information, and they released the band’s initial full-length record in the springtime of 2004.