Summer Camp were formed in 2009 by Elizabeth Sankey and Jeremy Warmsley. They released their first single Ghost Train on Moshi Moshi in early 2010, which led the way for their debut album Welcome To Condale, and following records Summer Camp, Beyond Clueless (their first original film score) and Bad Love. During this time the band toured with the likes of Robyn, Metronomy and Wild Beasts.
Having released four albums and three EPs in the space of six years, the duo decided to take a break from Summer Camp to explore other creative projects. Sankey began exploring a new medium: filmmaking. In 2017, she began work on what became her first feature documentary film, Romantic Comedy, which premiered in 2019 and is set for international distribution in 2020.
Meanwhile, Warmsley found success as a film & TV composer, collaborating with comedian Simon Amstell on his debut feature Carnage (BBC, 2017) and with Charlie Lyne on Fear Itself and his award-winning Fish Story (Guardian, 2017) amongst many others. He also began working as a solo artist: in 2018 he released a solo track, Moment, which was featured on the BBC/Netflix drama Wanderlust starring Toni Colette, and in 2019 started a project called A Year, where he wrote and released a new track every month.