The Diggers certainly are a post-Brit-pop power-pop music group distinguished by their low-key approach. Where their contemporaries performed fast-and-loose, these were gentle and soft, which limited the market because of their 1997 debut record, Mount Everest. Produced in Scotland in the first ’90s, the Diggers consissted of Chris Miezitis (vocals, electric guitar), Alan Moffat (vocals, bass), John Eslick (electric guitar) and Hank Ross (drums). Miezitis and Moffat have been friends given that they went to college in Methill jointly, eventually developing an acoustic duo that performed throughout Scotland. After they had been 18 in 1991, they transferred to Glasgow using the intention to create a music group, ultimately recruiting Eslick and Ross. On the following five years, they performed and rehearsed regularly, without making an excessive amount of headway. During 1993, these were sidlined as Eslick retrieved from crashing his car right into a herd of cows, but after they came back, they begun to earn supporters, including Martin Carr from the Boo Radleys. Carr helped the Diggers property a cope with Creation in early 1996, and through the entire following calendar year, they toured and ready their debut record, earning their initial substantial exposure if they opened up for Super Furry Pets during the summer months. The Diggers released their debut record, Support Everest, in Feb of 1997 to combined evaluations and moderate product sales.