Dreaming In Black and White
Trust Company were one of those groups that seemed to get yanked from the spotlight just as quickly as they were thrust into it. Breaking out in 2002 with The Lonely Position of Neutral, they briefly enjoyed success with a hit single and a gold-certified debut album, until they were pulled from touring by their label to begin work on a follow-up album. Largely recorded under pressure, 2005's True Parallels would be shelved for nearly a year, before being quietly released into stores with very little promotion. Chewed up and spat out by the Major Label Machine, Trust Company temporarily called it quits, while members pursued other musical and non-musical projects.