Formed this year 2010 being a side task of Deafheaven guitarist Nick Bassett, and originally dubbed “Whirl” for a short while before changing their name because of copyright troubles, Bay Area sextet Whirr channeled the dreamy spirit of shoegaze giants from the ’90s like My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive, and Trip. Joined up with by bandmembers Joey Bautista, Byanca Munoz, Sergio Miranda, Loren Rivera, and Eddie Salgado, Bassett quickly began launching music through smaller sized avenues, you start with a 2011 EP entitled Distressor, accompanied by several singles and cassette produces before their correct debut album, Tube Dreams, found its way to 2012. Whirr toured internationally, attaining fans using their guitar-heavy shoegaze revivalist audio. In 2013 they released another four-song EP, the languid and drifty Around. By 2014, Bassett acquired also became a member of shoegaze band Nothing at all, primary drummer Miranda acquired still left Whirr (to become changed by Devin Nunes), as well as the group released its second full-length record, Sway. That same calendar year the group released two divide EPs, one in the springtime with Anne and one in the fall with Nothing at all.