Former classmates from the BRIT School for Performing Arts, the band built up a reputation for flamboyant, high energy live shows through early support slots with Babyshambles, Bloc Party and Muse. Debut album What's The Time Mr Wolf? (2007) crashed punk, soul and blues influences into raucous indie pop with lead single Don't Give Up making it to the soundtrack of Brit flick St Trinian's and Scratch Your Name featuring in the last ever episode of The Sopranos. Building on some high profile critical acclaim, second album Wild Young Hearts (2009) was a slicker, funkier affair which drew in a more mainstream audience. Never Forget You gained healthy airplay on British radio and when it was used on an advert for Mazda 2 cars, the single rocketed to No 2 in the UK charts. The sassy, soulful follow-up single Never Forget You also made it into the UK Top 20.