Band members always seemed to leave, so it only seemed right that Kenny Uptain and Kelly Test (Cooder Graw, Polyphonic Spree) turned their band into a duo. After being thrown out of country bands, and losing their best bud of a bass player to the working world, they decided to go the route of the 2 piece rock and roll band. After recording their first full length album, "Huj! Huj! Hajrah!" in the living room of Test, and playing close to 200 shows their first year, the two felt the need to expand. In September of 2012 the duo became a 4 piece with the addition of Dallas musicians Robbie Saunders (Zhora, The Deadstring Brothers) and Zack Busby (The Burden Brothers, Slow Roosevelt). Adding many layers and depth to the band's already full sound, Robbie and Zack play the parts you might find yourself humming instinctively. In January of 2013 the group has seemingly filled out their lineup with the addition of Fort Worth area songstress, Katie Robertson. Keep an eye and an ear out for this newly structured, always evolving Texas band.