The Corrections are an English indie band, signed to EMI, formed in 2001 and based in Dalston, East London. The band were formerly known as The Fallout Trust. It was under this name that their third single, Washout, from their debut album, In Case of the Flood, reached Number 75 in the UK charts in February 2006, preceding on the album's release on February 27th.
The Fallout Trust were formed around the crux of old school friends Guy Connelly and Joe Winter, inspired by a visit to Berlin and the music of Iggy Pop and David Bowie. The band was augmented by Winter's sibling, Matt and sister-in-law Jess, and bassist Gavin Ellis and drummer Matt Watson. The band then moved to London, setting up home at 'Q Quarters', a warehouse which served as home, party venue and recording studio. In 2004 they were signed by At Large Recordings. They toured in support of Maximo Park, Morning Runner and Leaves, in addition to several headline tours, and performed at Glastonbury twice in the Guardian tent.