Jihae Simmons Meek met her husband to be and Neverever bandmate, Bricolage’s Wallace Meek, during her stint while the business lead singer for the Glasgow-based indie pop group the Royal We. Following a Royal We’s separation in 2007, the few relocated to Jihae’s hometown of LA, CA, where they teamed up with Devon Williams and Mickey LaFranchi and surely got to work on a fresh indie pop task. Initially phoning themselves the Champagne Socialists, the fledgling band’s early tunes sounded something similar to a gritty, sun-blanched mash-up from the Royal We and Bricolage. Their debut solitary, Blue Genes, arrived on Slumberland Information in the summertime of 2009; the Champagne Socialists transformed their name to Neverever soon after the 7″ sole premiered. The lineup transformed a bit aswell; Devon Williams parted methods using the group to go after a solo task, and new users Jackson Baugh and Jessica Espeleta had been brought on table.