The electropop trio TV Eye were formed in 2000 by drummer/producer Brian Reitzell (Redd Kross, Air), keyboardist Roger Joseph Manning, Jr. (Jellyfish, Beck), and vocalist/guitarist Jason Falkner (Jellyfish, the Grays). Following conclusion of his use the French duo Surroundings on the soundtrack for the Virgin Suicides film, Reitzell was contacted by Emperor Norton Information to attempt another soundtrack task, this time credit scoring an imaginary sequel towards the sci-fi film Logan’s Operate, to be entitled Logan’s Sanctuary. Enamored of the theory, he enlisted Manning to collaborate in the project as well as the duo ultimately earned Falkner to lead vocals and electric guitar on the few music. Having enjoyed the procedure a lot, the three made a decision to start a brand-new project inspired with the audio of early-’80s electropop and post-punk rings like Getting rid of Joke, Gary Numan, and Japan. Television Eyes had been an motivated combo, with Falkner and Manning having previously been bandmates in the seminal power pop group Jellyfish and Reitzell drumming for Redd Kross. Functioning gradually as their active schedules allowed, they meticulously pieced jointly an record that combined their mixed power pop sensibilities using a metered, angular, synth pop strategy. Completed in 2003, their self-titled debut sat in the shelf until 2006 when it had been released in Japan. Just a small number of displays had been ever performed as well as the record ultimately went of print, learning to be a very much sought-after collector’s item. In 2014, pop-centric reissue label Omnivore finally provided TV Eyes an effective worldwide release, filled with four unreleased reward tracks.