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After playing live throughout the United Kingdom to much critical acclaim, with the likes of iLiKETRAiNS and The Twilight Sad, they released their debut album, The Heritage, in 2008, which was also positively acclaimed, and was followed by a well-received headlining tour. The album lasts over 50 minutes, despite only containing six tracks.

In February 2009, they announced their arrival on the German label, Denovali Records. Denovali re-released The Heritage on vinyl in late 2009.

The band released The Quiet Lamb, containing 12 tracks and lasting over 75 minutes, on 8 November 2010. NME gave it a score of 8/10, describing it as "massive, pastorally apocalyptic music". The Sun called it a "ten-track jewel of a record" that engages the listener "in a rare and beautiful way". The Quiet Lamb is ranked the 12th best Post Rock album of all time in a poll of fans and reviewers with a critic's score of 83.

In 2014 after a turbulent hiatus,[8] the band returned with their reflective 3rd studio album Navigator which was supported by two UK tours and two European tours and single Ragman Roll. While the response to the Navigator was viewed positively by critics, it lacked the wider appeal witnessed with its predecessor.

In 2015, celebrating a decade of the playing together, the band released a short documentary entitled ‘’A wave of Endorphins’’; a title inspired by the popular track Pour more Oil which appeared on the Quiet Lamb.

Lead vocalist Tom Morris also tours and releases music as a solo artist under the name T E Morris, as does multi-instrumentalist Adam Weikert as 'Weikie'. Sophie Green also plays with The Anchoress (musician). Bassist, Tiernan Welch does nothing.