From Cambridgeshire, Britain, the Charlottes were among the 1st shoegaze rings — beaten towards the punch only by My Bloody Valentine and potentially Lush — that released an individual (Are You Happy Today?) and an EP (Lovehappy) prior to the dawn from the style’s fantastic many years of 1990 and 1991. The Charlottes had been actually shoegaze from the harder-driving range, closer to the greater aggressive part of Lush and Bleach than early Slowdive’s billowy textures. After a set of singles released in 1990, the music group bowed out with 1991’s Points BREAK compilation. The band’s drummer, Simon Scott, became a member of Slowdive once they split.