Seattle's Candlebox emerged just as the early-'90s grunge scene was winding down. The band's take on the genre diluted the punk and indie elements inherent in its original form and was more rooted in the bluesy, classic-style hard rock that grunge had ostensibly replaced. They found mainstream success in 1993 with the release of their eponymous debut album, which was certified quadruple platinum and included the hit singles "You" and "Far Behind." The band issued two more records before ceasing operations in 2000 but re-formed six years later. Since then, Candlebox has remained both active and prolific, releasing well-received efforts like Into the Sun (2008), Disappearing in Airports (2016), and Wolves (2021) that show how the more challenging aspects of grunge can be ironed out and polished into a sound that mainstream rock radio can embrace without reservation.