Nabbed 2 awards at the 49th annual Grammy Awards; Best Urban/Alternative Performance for "Crazy" and Best Alternative Music Album for "St. Elsewhere".
Won double in US men's magazine Blender's 2006 Readers' Poll, the New Artist Of The Year award and the Greatest Song Of 2006 for their hit song "Crazy".
Won two awards at the 13th annual MTV Europe Music Awards, held Nov 2, 2006 in Copenhagen for Future Sounds-Best New Act and Best Song for "Crazy".
Won the Left Field Woodie (Most Original Artist) award at the 2006 mtvU Woodie Awards, held Oct 25th at New York's Roseland Ballroom.
Song "Crazy" has been covered by many other music artists, including Ray Lamontagne and Paris Hilton also The Kooks, Nelly Furtado, plus The Zutons who sang the rendition on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge.
Carried out their first concert on April 28, 2006 as part of the Secret Show series.
Was one of the noted performers at the 2006 MTV Movie Awards alongside Christina Aguilera, AFI, and Wolfmother.
The music video of "Crazy" was made in style of the Rorschach inkblot test which presented animated and mirrored inkblots morphing into another while taking on ambiguous shapes.
Their hit single, "Crazy", was actually inspired by film scores of spaghetti Westerns, particularly those of Ennio Morricone's and contained a sample of Gianfranco Reverberi's "Nel Cimitero Di Tucson."