Over the last decade, Marianas Trench has constantly raised the bar for quality music. Since their 2006 debut the Vancouver, BC-based pop-rock four piece has had two Certified Platinum-selling records, chart topping hits including "Fallout," "Haven't Had Enough" and "Stutter," and a 2013 JUNO Award for Group of the Year. Frontman Josh Ramsay also received a Grammy nomination in 2013 for co-writing and producing Carly Rae Jepsen's breakthrough smash "Call Me Maybe." With 2011's Ever After the band set out to stretch their imaginations even further than the high concepts of Masterpiece Theatre. Going a further step in the philosophy as a record representing one larger work of multiple linked ideas, the album has no breaks between songs and contains an overarching theme of a "pop-rock symphony based around a fairytale concept," says Ramsay. A fist full of high flying singles and another platinum certification later proved that the band's adventurous spirit was growing increasingly harder to ignore.