Cousins Gabe Archer and Cameron Nicklaus formed the Pale, an indie pop/rock and roll music group from Bellingham, WA, in 1994. Both had imagined playing music inside a music group together for some of their lives and had been affected by their fathers, who documented music in the ’70s. Drummer Greg Swinehart, a pal of Archer’s from university, joined the music group for his or her second recording. Bassist Lance Fisher, a pal of Swinehart’s, became a member of the music group for his or her third album, changing previous bassist Jared Archer. The Pale’s 1st LP, First Attempt at Globe Domination, premiered in 1998. 3 years later on, in 2001, they released their second recording, Another Innovative Idea for individuals on the run. It featured more technical acoustic guitar riffs than their 1st album, aswell as more refined vocals by Archer. Another Innovative Idea received moderate airplay on regional college r / c and point out from local press. In Oct of 2002, the Pale released their third recording, Gravity Gets Issues Done. The recording, older both musically and lyrically, brought them even more success compared to the earlier two. Gravity Gets Issues Done earned high compliment from many Washington and English Columbia r / c and papers, and was dubbed “ANOTHER Big Thing” by absolutepunk.net. The music group began playing even more shows beyond Bellingham, most of them in Seattle and Portland, and airplay found. Gravity Gets Stuff Done was rereleased on SideCho in early 2004.