The London-based alt country/roots rock group UnAmerican includes singer/songwriter Steve McEwan, bassist Peter Clarke, guitarist Matthew Crozer, and drummer Tim Bye. Though he was created in Hull, Britain, McEwan spent the majority of his child years in Scotland and his early adult years in Africa and Australia. This globe-hopping offered him the chance to review piano with Sister Ignatius also to collaborate with Miriam Makeba. Time for London as a specialist guitarist/vocalist, McEwan used World Party for a while while focusing on materials with ex-World Party member Man Chambers, who remaining to collaborate with previous Take That innovator Robbie Williams on his single project. McEwan after that recruited Crozer from an organization known as Ugli, and Clarke and Bye remaining a band known as Bugs, to create UnAmerican. Of their 1st few gigs, the music group was authorized by Estupendo Information, a Universal GROUP imprint, which released the group’s self-titled debut in early 2000; Uptown Information released it within the U.S. at exactly the same time.