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Cold Pumas

Merging post-punk, Krautrock, shoegaze, and experimental indie rock and roll into an equally traveling and reflective appear, Cold Pumas was created in 2008 by brothers Oliver and Patrick Fisher and Dan Reeves, also the founder of Faux Discx. Originally hailing from Brighton, Britain, soon after developing, the music group released singles and EPs that included collaborations with Man Bonding, Ladies, and Friendo aswell as produces on Italian Seaside Babes and Annoyed the Rhythm. Several made an appearance on 2011’s 7″s, 12″s, Comps and B-Sides collection, which showed up a 12 months before their full-length debut Prolonged Malaise. The music group then took a while off, with many members shifting to London. Bassist Lindsay Corstorphine became a member of Cold Pumas with time to record the group’s second recording, The Dangling Valley, which Faux Discx and Gringo co-released in August 2016.

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