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Sarandon

Released in 2003 by songwriter/graphic designer Simon Williams (aka Crayola), Sarandon combine post-punk songwriting with spastic instrumentation and bizarre lyrics. The London-based trio versions its sound after Crayola’s key influences, in the Wolfhounds and bIG fire (whose vocalist, Alan Dark brown, joined Sarandon being a bassist in 2007) to June Wedding brides, Wire, and Position Quo. The Miniest Recording, a 7″ record comprising seven tracks, designated Sarandon’s debut in Sept 2004. The music group released three extra records over another three years, aswell as a thorough compilation of its function (The Completist’s Library) and a three-track EP entitled Joe’s Record. With Alan Dark brown and drummer Tom Greenhalgh right now up to speed, Sarandon came back in 2008 with Destroy Twee Pop!, the band’s full-length debut. Get rid of Twee Pop! was well-received, and Sarandon’s status received another increase in ’09 2009 when previous Membranes vocalist John Robb presented the music group in his publication Loss of life to Trad Rock and roll. After liberating a break up 7″ solitary to celebrate the book’s launch, Sarandon began focus on a second recording, the conceptual Sarandon’s Age group of Cause, which made an appearance in early 2011.

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