First noticed at the beginning of the new millennium thanks to quirky single, 'Green', alt-rockers Goodshirt — made up of brothers Rodney and Murray Fisher, and Gareth Thomas and Mike Beehre — released their first album, Good, in 2001. It fuelled several clever videos and the number one hit single, 'Sophie', which took away Single and Songwriter of the Year at the 2003 NZ Music Awards. Good went on to be released in Australia, Canada and Japan. Fiji Baby followed in 2004, throwing up the hits ‘Buck It Up' and ‘Lucy'. The band made a lowkey return in 2012 with single 'So Charming' and EP Skinny Mirror.