The storyplot of Vanilla Sky began in Rome, Italy, in 2002, when four young music artists using a shared passion for California pop-punk made a decision to take up a new band. Every one of the bandmembers — Luca Alesandrelli on drums, Francesco Sarsano on bass, and both Vincenzo Mario Christi and Daniele Brian Autore on vocals and guitars — acquired previous musical knowledge in various rings around Rome. Crammed within a garage area, they documented their initial five-song demonstration, Play It IF YOU CANNOT Say It, independently and soon began purchasing it around. Shortly, the music group was often booked because of its very own shows, as well as the demo sold-out. Labels also begun to get sucked in — the Genoa-based indie label Wynona Information was the first ever to approach the music group, and by January 2003 Vanilla Sky acquired their initial recording contract. Time later, a little but steady hype begun to surround Vanilla Sky not merely across European countries, but as a long way away as Japan, where among Wynona Information’ splits was found for distribution. In the summertime of 2003 Vanilla Sky strike the street, and for several months performed relentlessly around Italy and European countries. After weeks of non-stop touring they came back towards the studio room, and in eight weeks cranked out Looking forward to Something, released by Wynona in 2004. Even more touring adopted, including spots on a single festival phases as Flogging Molly and Coheed and Cambria; because of popular, Wynona Information re-released their very long sold-out demonstration with three fresh tracks added. Their 1st appearance on German nationwide TV arrived in 2005, with their 1st live times in Japan, their very own headlining Punk Is definitely Deceased tour, and a posture as supporting music group at all of the concerts within the Offspring’s German tour. With all that achieved, Vanilla Sky proceeded to go into the studio room to record another full-length. The music group began documenting after almost annually of pre-production actions, but sadly their function was erased because of an accident within the studio room; the group re-recorded the materials afresh and embarked on the 2006 Punk Is definitely Dead tour. In addition they began Vanilla Sky Tv, the very first video podcast in Italy. Bigger companies soon began courting the music group, and by 2007 Vanilla Sky had been signed to Common International. Their major-label debut, Adjustments, was released on June 22, 2007. Lead solitary “Break It Off” got within the MTV Italy graphs, and their punk rock and roll edition of Rihanna’s “Umbrella” (in addition to its low-budget video) became an online sensation. Adjustments was later on re-released with “Umbrella” included like a bonus track.