The band signed to Truck Records in 2002, and they released their highly acclaimed second album, My Elixir; My Poison, the following year. Halloran had left the band during recording of the album leaving the band to debut as a 4-piece at that year's Truck Festival. In 2004 the band recorded their 3rd Peel sessions and also recorded sessions for XFM's John Kennedy and BBC 6music. MBICR featured on 'The Oxford Channel', a terrestrial broadcast within Oxfordshire, to promote the release of My Elixir; My Poison. Due to severe technical problems the band stormed off set in the middle of the live recording, leaving the station furious and refusing to feature live bands ever again.
After Clueit, Croston and Gray relocated to Brighton, the band's final gig was in late 2004 at London's Bar Academy after which Clueit left the band. Gray soon followed leading to the band's ultimate demise. Later in 2004, Shames and Croston formed the core of a new group, Mesaplex, who debuted at the Truck Festival in 2005. Croston and Gray have also begun a new musical project named Ape Has Killed Ape! (Not to be confused with the original Ape Has Killed Ape from Los Angeles) and played at 2006's Truck Festival. In 2006 Williams began playing with a new band, Titus, based in Oxford. Clueit now DJs under the name Ollie russian and works in the music industry. Halloran is a qualified Doctor.