(LP + 7') Post To Wire was released through El Cortez/Dcor Records on the 12th of April 2004 and caught the attention of Uncut editor Allan Jones who gave the album a 5 star lead review as 'Album of the Month' as well as placing it number 4 in albums of 2004 year end polls. The bands strength are the story-based songs of singer Willy Vlautin, which were often compared to the stark short stories of writers such as Raymond Carver, Bukowski and Larry Brown. Post To Wire landed the band with their first UK release via Dcor/El Cortez. 4 more have followed, the last two, 'We Used To Think The Freeway Sounded Like A River' and 'The High Country' have been released on vinyl by Diverse Records. Limited edition 180 gram vinyl in a gatefold sleeve with bonus 7' that contains two unreleased session tracks. Limited edition of 1000.