The band name the High Court doesn’t imply the members of the NJ punk-pop quintet are fans from the judicial system a lot much like its invocation of the term “high” as well as the handy acronym THC — quite simply, that they are fans of weed. That is no idle speculation: their public press bio makes these cable connections apparent in its initial paragraph. Between that and the countless less than simple references to container smoking over the band’s MySpace web page, it seems apparent that the Great Court should never be going to end up being asked to any straight-edge home parties. The Great Court produced in 2005 when lead guitarist Lou Cuello, bassist Kyle “Shell” Shellhammer, and drummer Danny Carvell, veterans of a small number of going-nowhere metal rings, placed an advertisement on Craigslist for the lead vocalist for a fresh, more pop-oriented clothing. John Dark brown, who usually will go by just the initials J.B., solved, and asked his tempo guitarist friend Mike Matranga in to the fresh group aswell. Signing towards the indie label I Surrender, the Large Courtroom released their debut recording, Puppet Strings, in the summertime of 2007, preceded from the FALLOUT Boy-aping first solitary “2 Much Like for 1 Female,” an unsubtle ode to a threesome.