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British neo-psychedelic music group Temples produce trippy psychedelic pop that combines the experimental sound of rings just like the Move and mid-period Byrds using the traditional song craftsmanship from the Beatles. Produced in Kettering, Temples focused around the abilities of songwriting duo vocalist/guitarist Adam Bagshaw and vocalist/bassist Thomas Warmsley. After adding drummer Sam Toms and guitarist/key pad participant Adam Smith towards the music group, they released their debut one, “Shelter Melody,” on Heavenly in 2012. After a active 2013 spent playing displays, recording the record, and launching two singles (“Colors alive” in June, “Retain in the Dark” in Oct), the band’s initial record, the Bagshaw-produced Sunlight Structures, premiered in early 2014. A reliable blast of tour schedules all over the world, and an improbable appearance over the Ellen DeGeneres Display, kept the music group busy all of those other year. Close to the year’s end, Heavenly released Sunlight Restructured, a super-trippy reimagining of sunlight Structures record done with the remix group of Richard Norris and Erol Alkan, aka Beyond the Wizard’s Sleeve. The music group spent another two years focusing on their brand-new recording and maintaining a reliable slate of concert looks. “Certainty,” the 1st song using their second recording, was debuted in past due 2015 and presented the addition of synthesizers with their retro-psych audio. Self-produced and compiled by all four people of the group, Volcano was released by Extra fat Possum in March of 2017.

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