Oxford, England’s 4 Storeys are led simply by brothers Nick Kenny (vocals/acoustic guitar) and Simon Kenny (bass), both previously of vastly-underrated mid-’90s Brit-pop/mod revivalists Thurman; drummer Dan Goddard (ex-Nubiles) and keyboardist “Pete” complete all of those other lineup. After developing in the wintertime of 1998, they are just now becoming touted within a modern U.K.-centered “canyon rock” movement which might or might not (based on how you categorize them) include bands like Delta, Mojave 3, the Glasgow-based Cosmic Tough Riders, January, or their Truck labelmates Goldrush (formerly referred to as Whispering Bob). Each one of these bands, just like the Storeys, are bent on time for American country-rock and folk-rock origins — Buffalo Springfield/the Byrds/the Music group/Neil Youthful/Bob Dylan — adding banjo, tack piano, and additional archaic old western instrumentation (kitchen put into action percussion and scratchy examples), placing a not-too-subtle focus on wheezy slide-guitar waltzes, chiming acoustic guitar pop, and mournful/soulful vocals. The Four Storeys’ 1st launch, Castaway, was originally released by Shifty Disco’s “singles golf club” in Feb 1999. They adopted up by liberating following singles for Pickup truck Records. Their 1st album, Gambling on Now, documented through requirement in rooms and landings by older friend and maker Jon McLoughlin, premiered in Oct 2000.