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Pocketbooks

The London-based group Pocketbooks started making their prim yet sprightly indie pop tunes — ones rooted in the task of twee pop acts like Belle & Sebastian and, to a smaller extent, Camera Obscura — in 2006; the initial lineup presented Andy Hudson (vocals, piano), Daniel Chapman (bass), Emma Hall (vocals, secrets), Ian Cowen (acoustic guitar), and Jonny Tansey (drums). Pocketbooks’ debut solitary, Cross the Collection, premiered on Atomic Defeat Information in the springtime of 2007. The music group performed a flurry of celebrations and concert events the following 12 months, including an appearance at Sweden’s Rip It Up Festival alongside the Customers and Pipas, and their 1st EP, AWAKEN, premiered on PUT UP and Mend Information. Pocketbooks’ debut full-length, Airline flight Pathways, was slated for launch on How WILL IT Feel to become Loved in the summertime of 2009.

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