Silvertin's early sound grew from psychedelic explorations influenced by bands such as, Funkadelic, Maze and Pink Floyd. This metamorphosed into a hybridised indie rock and Silvertin’s unique progressive indie sound was born. After being spotted at a gig in The Mixing Tin, Leeds the band was adopted by ‘Imagine Records' based in Manchester. A string of shows in the North of England followed, during which time the band recorded two albums, Standing In Front Of A Mountain and Armoured Chair, at Pravda studios in Leeds. But these albums were never released due to an extended hiatus due to personal upheaval within the band.
Their first publicly released album ‘Dirty Oxygen’ was completed in May 2012 and was released to a fantastic reception on SoundCloud as a free download. It captured their organic, original sound whose influences their new fans couldn’t quite place but whose production style revealed a fondness for bands like Foals, Turin Brakes and Midlake.
In February 2015, the second album; 'Pink Noise' was released on iTunes and saw Silvertin push the boundaries of their unique wall of sound even further, with the high energy ‘Sleeping In The River', the dark and brooding ‘Mendez’ and the epic title track ‘Pink Noise’.