Following a departure of their lead singer and guitarist in late 2006, the rest of the members from the Buffalo-based atmospheric pop combo This point in time regrouped beneath the name the Reign of Kindo. Bassist Joey Secchiaroli stepped out front side, assuming business lead vocal and acoustic guitar duties; his aged slot was packed by fresh bassist Jeff Jarvis, who became a member of guitarist Mike Carroll, pianist Kelly Sciandra, and drummer Steve Padin. The Reign of Kindo’s music was completely jazzier than its predecessor’s, keeping the introspective Brit-pop affects of rings like Coldplay and Keane, but putting the piano front side and middle and mixing complicated jazz harmonies and dissonances using the pop sensibilities of the Ben Folds. Still authorized even today and Age’s outdated label, One Eleven Information, the Reign of Kindo released a self-titled EP as their debut discharge in 2007. Their initial full-length album, Tempo, Chord & Melody, found its way to 2008. In the summertime of 2009, the group parted methods with One Eleven and agreed upon to the Candyrat label.