The “trippy country meets stoner rock” of Vancouver’s Pink Mountaintops may be the brainchild of Stephen McBean, who’s also the singer/songwriter/guitarist for Dark Mountain, that was formerly referred to as Jerk using a Bomb. McBean’s single task was also known by another name, ONE PARTICULAR Skag. He started using Jerk using a Bomb in the past due ’90s, as well as the music group released three albums along with a 7″ under that name. By past due 2003, both Jerk using a Bomb and something Easy Skag had been rechristened making use of their mountainous brands, and in the summertime of 2004, the Green Mountaintops’ self-titled debut record arrived. As the record became among 2005’s most prominent indie rock and roll produces, McBean brought Green Mountaintops back the next calendar year with Axis of Evol. The well-received Outdoors Love found its way to 2009, accompanied by a set of Dark Mountain produces (In the foreseeable future and Wilderness Center). The group’s 4th studio record, Get Back, fell in early 2014.