Hailing from Tampa, FL, the founding people from the atmospheric post-rock group Windsor for the Derby — guitarists Dan Matz and Jason McNeeley, alongside drummer Greg Anderson — soon migrated to Austin, TX, where these were signed to the neighborhood Trance Syndicate label. Their debut LP, 1996’s Quiet Hades Float, was created and built by Adam Witzie, who decided to turn into a full-time Windsor for the Derby member soon after the project’s conclusion. After issuing the EP Metropolitan After that Poland in early 1997, the group shut out the entire year with the discharge from the full-length Minnie Greunzfeldt. In 1999, they came back with Difference and Repetition. 3 years afterwards they appeared using a B-sides collection, Earnest Forces, on Emperor Jones. The music group also scaled down in this time around period, leaving just Matz and McNeeley from the initial lineup. Spacy folk structure crept in to the 2002 Looks release Emotional Recovery; 2004’s We Combat Til Death highlighted halting vocals and a larger instrumental palette to function from. Following the last mentioned record. both McNeeley and Matz finished up surviving in Philadelphia (previously they’d converged someplace a few times per year to focus on materials), and placing down roots allow them experiment even more in a house studio and enjoy frequent concert events. In addition they added drummer Charlie Hall and keyboardist and bassist Anna Neighbor towards the lineup. QUITTING the Ghost shown these adjustments when it made an appearance from Secretly Canadian in August 2005. Though Neighbor was acknowledged alongside Matz and McNeely, Gianmarco Cilli (Country wide Eye) dealt with drums around the album. HOW EXACTLY WE Lost found its way to early 2008. The 12-track full-length Against Like followed it this year 2010.