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They eventually created their own label, The Vanity Label, and released the album on July 10, 2006.
On February 4, 2008, Ruess announced through the band's blog that the Format would not be making another album.
After the success of "Just Give Me a Reason", Ruess was featured on Eminem's eighth studio album The Marshall Mathers LP 2 on the track "Headlights".
Many of Ruess' lyrics were borrowed from a previously unreleased track, "Jumping The Shark," written during the Aim and Ignite sessions.
Immediately after the split of the Format, Ruess contacted Jack Antonoff of Steel Train and Andrew Dost, formerly of Anathallo, to form a new band called fun.
They released their first demo, "Benson Hedges", through Spin Four months after releasing their first single, "At Least I'm Not as Sad (As I Used to Be)", through Myspace on April 6, 2009, Fun released their first studio album, entitled Aim and Ignite.
We have just put out word that we will not be making a new Format album.
One thing that has always been so special about Fun is that we exist as three individuals in music who come together to do something collaborative.The band's fanbase began to grow, and the Format released their second EP, Snails, with Atlantic Records in April 2005.However, while working on their second album, Dog Problems, they were dropped from Atlantic.During his time in school, Ruess played in punk bands and upon graduation chose to pursue music professionally.In an interview with American Songwriter Ruess states, "I'm not one to take lessons, so I decided that the only way I was going to learn how to sing, if what they were saying was true, was to go in my car and put on any sort of music from a vocalist that might be really hard to mimic, turn it on as loud as possible and try to hit all those notes".