Eventually, they released the self-financed Giant Midget E.P. They performed in the San Francisco Bay Area and landed a record deal with Caroline Records. Bracket wanted to make a vinyl recording but a request to record 7"s was turned down by Caroline Records. They approached Fat Wreck Chords, eventually signing to the label.
Having toured the United States, Canada, and Europe, the band toured Japan in 1997.
In 2005, Fat Wreck Chords stated they disliked the demos for Bracket's pending new album. Bracket formed their own record company which became Takeover Records.
According to a recent post titled "2007/2008" on the band's MySpace page, the band has written an album's worth of material that they wish to record soon. However, they don't know when that will happen (or what record label it will be released on) due to Castro living in Colorado, while the rest of the band is located in California. In the mean time, Gregori, Charlos and Celli have started a new band called the Good Life Crisis which they claim will not replace Bracket, but rather act as an outlet for different types of music between Bracket albums.