It began on a dark night in the dimly lit upstairs of a London pub. Grundy le Zimbra and The Late Simon Mastrantone gave an impromptu performance at the infamous Songs in the Dark night using merely hand claps and harmonies. Later, there would be fuzzy guitars, out-of-tune violins and organically farmed beats. But on that first night, the room was filled with the simple sounds of man, melody and uneasy applause.
From the mysterious echoes of that sinister evening a band was born, and it stomped and clapped it's way around the country. To fill the gaps they enlisted the help of a mysterious iconoclast calling himself The Colonel and the band took to the road forever more, unleashing an instrument swapping, energy-soaked live mixture of grunge, pop and electronica at whichever haunted house they arrived.