Liverpool, England-based acoustic guitar rock-band the Open up was created in 2002 in the town’s art university by Steven Bayley (vocals/acoustic guitar), Jon Winter season (acoustic guitar), Alan Dutton (keyboards), Jim Reynolds (bass) and Scott Holland (drums). Despite basing themselves in Liverpool, the music group members had been originally from either neighbouring Walsall or Birkenhead. With Bayley’s effective vocals assisting them stick out from the masses, the Open had been quickly becoming discussed as potential discovery artists. They authorized a recording agreement with music journalist Wayne Oldham’s Loog imprint and recruited ex-Cocteau Twins member Simon Raymonde to greatly help make their debut recording. The three-track EP By no means Enough, released in November 2003, offered notice from the music group’s affiliation using the burgeoning acoustic guitar rock and roll revival. The next 12 months’s ‘Close My Eye’ and ‘Simply WISH TO Live’ were a lot more ambitious, two epic songs constructed around surging choruses and crashing crescendos. By this aspect in their profession, the Open had been routinely becoming compared to rings like the Verve and Doves and rather unfairly becoming trumpeted because the saviours of UK rock and roll music. Their debut, The Silent Hours, released in summer time 2004, was hailed within the nationwide press because the English rock and roll album of the entire year. Despite the crucial acclaim, nevertheless, the recording received scant industrial reward, a destiny which also befell the follow-up Statues.