This was the follow-up to Sneaker Pimps debut single "6 Underground
." The group's trip-hop sound caught on in their native England, and also found an audience in America, where the group spent much of 1997 touring. Their lead singer, Kelli Dayton, was booted from the band before they started work on their second album, Splinter
, which was released in 1999. With Chris Corner taking over on lead vocals, the album had little impact in America and managed two minor hits in the UK, "Low Five" (#39) and "Ten To Twenty" (#56).