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Shady Bard

This UK indie rock-band was formed in Birmingham in 2004 by multi-instrumentalists Lawrence Becko (b. 1982, London, Britain) and Tom Rogers, using the duo acquiring their uncommon moniker through the nickname of the years as a child friend of Rogers. Olly Forrester (drums), Jasmin Hollingum (b. 1984, Shower Spa, Somerset, Britain; synthesizer, violin, French horn) and Alex Housden (b. 1981, Lancaster, Lancashire, Britain; cello, piano) finished the initial line-up. Becko and Rogers go about creating their make of lo-fi, folk-influenced indie rock and roll. A lot of their music can be influenced by synesthesia, a uncommon neurological trend Becko statements to have, where he views chords and lyrics as colors. The quartet authorized to indie label Static Caravan Information and released a restricted EP, Treeology, in Feb 2006, accompanied by the similarly limited model, ‘Penguins’, afterwards that calendar year. By enough time the one premiered, the line-up acquired altered using the departure of Rogers and Forrester as well as the recruitment of Aidan Murphy (b. 1982, Birmingham, Western world Midlands, England; electric guitar, harmonica) and Adam Dey (drums). Although promotion continued to be minimal, critics had been intensely praising Shady Bard, plus they begun to receive some radio airplay in the united kingdom. From THE BOTTOM Up premiered in-may 2007 and was met with wide acclaim, with evaluations being designed to Sparklehorse, the Flaming Lip area and Spiritualized. The record demonstrated a significant depth, using its multi-layering and comprehensive range of uncommon equipment, and ranged from the tranquil and hypnotic opener, ‘Fires’, towards the orchestral and dramatic ‘Treeology’.

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