In early 2007, the band won a Zilveren Harp (Silver Harp), a supporting prize for promising musical artists. The second album, Where Are You, Bambi Woods?, was released in the summer of 2008 and got nominated for a Dutch Grammy. The album is partly about the year the lead singer lived near Dallas, Texas. Its title track is about the disappearance of porn star Bambi Woods (known from her role in Debbie Does Dallas). Poster Child is an ode to the murdered student Matthew Shepard.
Sorry, Kid. (2010) and I Can't Keep Track Of Each Fallen Robin (2012) followed. The single Mob Wife (2017) features Sarah Bettens of K's Choice. The original version of the song is taken from A Wolf At The Door, which was released the year before.