Originally hailing from the city of Falmouth for the Cornish coast of Britain, three-piece Tall Boats went through several changes throughout their fledgling years like a band. Mainly influenced by Fights and Sigur Rós, college close friends Ric Phethean (acoustic guitar, vocals, synths), Matt Parker (bass, sampler), and Jamie Bush (drums, bass) first met up to try out at a friend’s home party before liberating their self-titled EP in March 2010 to a flurry of press interest. The EP was quickly accompanied by the THERE IS CERTAINLY ONLY Chemistry Right here EP, that was advertised via displays in NY, support slot machines with famous brands Los Campesinos!, and an appearance in the Reading and Leeds celebrations. The band, nevertheless, felt uncertain about the mathematics rock audio of their EPs since it contradicted their concert events, which relied even more on weighty guitars and soaring chorus lines than limited, angular accuracy and synths. Having previously resided and documented in Falmouth, the music group made a decision to up stakes and relocate to Brighton to begin with focus on their debut full-length Everything Coming in contact with. Released through Big Scary Monsters in Oct 2012, the record released itself using the decidedly crunching riffs of “T=0,” while “Greatest Ever” brought the high-five ethics of Fang Isle to the High Ships arsenal. Combined with the uplifting rework of “Books,” the recording was proof that High Ships had discovered their less mathematics rock, more large, anthemic formulation. Despite vital acclaim because of their debut, and a good following, the music group suddenly discovered themselves with out a label or administration. Determined to force on, they spent another four years gradually recovering, eventually self-funding (with just a little help from Fatcat Information) their sophomore record, 2017’s Impressions.