|Origin||Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada|
They released their first indie EP, Small Vacations, in 1996. That same year, they also performed a rendition of "Blue Tattoo" on A Tribute to Hard Core Logo. In 1997, they released their full-length debut, Lucinda.
The band toured Canada several times, and had singles on campus and community radio. They won an East Coast Music Award for Best Alternative Artist in 1999, but disbanded due to creative differences the same year. A live album was released in 2000.
All three members continue to make music on their own.
- "Musician Stacy Ricker is a fan of devastation in song". Daily Xtra, Feb 8, 2010. Shannon Webb-Campbell.
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