Bristol-based quintet the Bronze Medal shaped in ’09 2009 carrying out a six-week backpacking trip through Europe — which vocalists Chris Hillier and Robin Southwell funded by busking while they traveled — and together they mixed influences from your National, Radiohead as well as the War about Drugs to create the tone for his or her slow-burning indie rock. Very much like their individual method of their sound, these were similarly patient about the chance release a music, and added Rory O’Gorman, Daniel Rogers, and Mike Barnett to total the lineup. They began playing small regional shows, and venues over the U.K. before these were ultimately offered slot machines at celebrations 2000 Trees as well as the BBC Presenting Stage at Reading. In 2012 a self-titled EP made an appearance, and their gorgeous, atmospheric songs captured the hearing of SONGS Club, who eventually agreed upon them. Their debut was quite a while in the producing, as well as the music group proved helpful dutifully on each tune before going to Iceland, where they documented the record with manufacturer Valgeir Sigurðsson (Brian Eno, Sigur Rós, Feist) at Greenhouse Studios. Entitled Darlings, the record made an appearance in 2014.