Throughout 2019, and their final year of BIMM, the band played headline shows across many cities in Germany, Sweden and the UK, as well as opening up for Catfish and the Bottlemen at Huxleys Neue Welt in Berlin. This was followed with festival appearances at Glastonbury Festival and Reeperbahn Festival, as well as a support tour with Ten Tonnes across Germany in the Autumn.
In the final year of their studies, the band also used the studio time available through BIMM to record their debut album Ordinary People in an Ordinary World. The album was released independently in January 2020, on the eve of another opening slot for Catfish and the Bottlemen, and received acclaim from the likes of Zitty Magazine, OxFanzine and MusikBlog. After their release show at Musik und Frieden, the band settled into the swing of lockdown by building a studio together in Kreuzberg, where they have since recorded their follow up EP for release in April 2021.