One of the bands who came to Sarah Records with an established history, coming to the label with a reputation, not having their reputation shaped by it. From them forming in 1981 to arriving at Sarah in 1989 they did some things and went places that look good on paper/internet, played with and had members of bands that are fun and advantageous to namedrop, were on a record label with greater prestige than all Sarah will ever be able to snowball, and achieved their perceived important and career-apexing things – all of which burned them so much out.
It’s nice and so fitting that they should find home, support and new life on Sarah. A sanctuary after having their bones crunched by the ogre that is the music business. Sarah defined – music as a business done right. And the Wake fit perfectly.