Basically the project of singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Luke Steele and a revolving cast of supporting musicians, Perth, European Australia’s the Sleepy Jackson mixed from electro-pop to alt-country to soaring, George Harrison-esque play their music. The boy of blues vocalist Rick Steele, Luke Steele was raised inside a musical house, but wished to consider his fascination with music inside a different path than his dad had. Steele shaped the music group in 1999, and after naming the group after a previous narcoleptic drummer, the Sleepy Jackson started writing and documenting, issuing EPs like 2002’s Allow Your Love Become Like and Caffeine each day Sun, which released Steele’s eclectic seems to his countrymen. The group’s U.K. debut arrived that year using the release from the eight-song Sleepy Jackson EP. The next year they produced their U.S. debut using their full-length recording Lovers, that was released by Astralwerks. Later on in 2003, the nice Dancers EP premiered. After two trips of america that fall, the Sleepy Jackson came back to Australia, where these were nominated for ARIAs — the Australian exact carbon copy of the Grammy — for Recording of the entire year, Best Rock Recording, Best New Musician Record, and Greatest New Artist One.