When WARM WATER Music continued hiatus in-may 2005 because Chuck Ragan wished to pursue various other interests (the music group officially ended a season later), the rest of the people — bassist Jason Dark, drummer George Rebelo, and singer/guitarist Chris Wollard — weren’t quite prepared to simply sit about idly. They quickly regrouped and started writing new tunes together; 8 weeks later these were carrying out their first display in the home in Gainesville. Playing gravel-coated post-hardcore in the same vein as HWM — but a lot more melodically willing — the people wanted a fresh start and therefore adopted a brand new name, the Draft. In the beginning they designed to stay a trio, but recognized after amount of time in the studio room that this music wouldn’t transfer well live with just three. That they had caused guitarist Brian Baker (Poor Religious beliefs, Dag Nasty) on early demos, and even though he briefly regarded as joining the music group, the Draft’s lineup didn’t in fact solidify before eventual addition of longtime friend and guitarist Todd Rockhill rather (previously of Discount, Dark Cougar Shock Device, and various additional Gainesville rings). The Draft continuing playing random displays through the finish of the entire year, including an appearance at CMJ, and spent early 2006 starting for functions like Alkaline Trio, the Lawrence Hands, and Avail. Quickly enough, these were officially area of the roster at Epitaph (HWM’s house for a while), and their superb full-length debut, Within a Million Parts, was released that September.