HistoryThe band takes its name from the Cajun term, "shivaree", which means, roughly, a noisy mock serenade for newlyweds. It is most commonly used along the Mississippi River, and to the west of it.They have produced four full-length albums (with one not receiving a North American release due to contract disagreements) and have approximately 500,000 combined sales.. They credit numerous other musicians in their work and are usually joined by two or three other collaborators when performing live. The band have mentioned their use of primarily Southern ideas and memes, and cite William Faulkner as an influence. After contract disagreements with their previous label, it appeared that the group would split up after their second album. However, an EP and another two albums later followed.Their most well known song, "Goodnight Moon", was featured in Seasons 3 and 6 of the television series Dawson's Creek, Silver Linings Playbook and played over the closing credits of the Quentin Tarantino film Kill Bill: Volume 2. It also plays through the closing scenes and the end credits of the film, Ni reprise ni échangée, the French comedy-drama with the English title, Monique, and was used in a commercial for the Norwegian clothing shop Cubus. Most recently, their song "Little Black Mess" was featured in the Weeds episode "Only Judy Can Judge."Shivaree released a total of four full-length albums, two EPs, and eight singles (some of which included unreleased songs) in their ten-year musical career.