The band first got together in 2002 when they met at St. Lawrence University in New York, and immediately began writing songs in earnest. Recorded with Chuck Eller in Vermont, the band's debut album, Original Soul, was released in 2004 to overwhelmingly positive reviews. Subsequent touring found them opening shows for performers like the Dave Matthews Band, Trey Anestasio, and Derek Trucks.
For their newest album, Nothing But The Water, the band once again recruited Eller to record with them; this time, in a nearly 150 year-old barn on the campus of Goddard College. Continuing in the bluesy roots-rock vein of their debut, the album puts guitarist Scott Tournet's resonator guitar leads and Potter's keyboard and vocal work front and center. The combination of impeccable musicianship and clever songwriting is sure to please old fans and win plenty of new ones.