Created in Boston before shifting to Atlanta in 2005, spirited indie rock and roll foursome the Press rotate vocal duties, swap tools from song to song, and mix pop/rock and roll using their art rock and roll. They documented their 1st two produces, the Noxious Saucy Beast EP as well as the Red Shows up Ringin’ 7″, at Atlanta’s Shangri-La Studios. The studio room closed shortly after, and engineer Will Loftin reluctantly allow Press borrow his equipment to record their drum songs to 2″ tape inside a friend’s living space, prior to the group tripped for NY to finish documenting. As the music group settled in to the big town, Milk and the changing times That Never Had been became a realization more than a couple of months of late-night house recording sessions. Looking to gain interest and stick out from the large number of Brooklyn indie music artists increasing, they began playing local displays putting on absurd homemade clothes (loin cloths, colorful mummy wraps, encounter color, and cardboard containers). The ploy paid, and after among the group’s live shows in 2007, Goodnight Information found the Press and released their third EP that Sept.