The Actions Style, a California (SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, to become exact) punk-pop band, came collectively when Tsunami Bomb fell aside, leaving vocalist Emily Whitehurst and Matt McKenzie to reassess their options. Deciding on starting a complete fresh project, the Actions Design was created as well as the set roped inside a drummer to begin with rehearsals. A change behind the drum package — seeing primary drummer Brett Friesen keep instead of Rum Journal skinsman Jake Krohn, as well as the addition of Pipedown guitarist Jaycen McKissick, resulted in a more steady lineup, as well as the Actions Design began focus on what would become their lead-off EP, the limited discharge — only 1,000 copies — Actions Design. The hype begat with the EP resulted in a spot over the 2007 Vans Warped Tour, which helped the band towards their goal of another release. That brand-new record, the Right into a Audio EP, premiered in Sept of 2007. The fall and wintertime of the rest of that calendar year were allocated to the street, as the Actions Style undertook their initial countrywide tour. Upon coming back the band transferred into the studio room to begin focus on their debut full-length record.