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The Lovetones

Sketching inspiration from past due-’60s psychedelia and mid-’90s pop underground works like Matthew Sweet, Australia’s Lovetones shaped in the first 2000s with Matthew J. Tow, Matthew Sigley, Serge Luca, and Chris Cobb. Having produced a considerable hype using their 2002 Bomp debut, End up being WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE, the band continued to tour and finally collaborate using the Brian Jonestown Massacre. After three jam-packed many years of touring, where time the music group managed to discharge the Superstars EP and record many tracks using the BJM, the Lovetones’ sophomore record, Meditations, premiered on Tee Pee. Another discharge, Axiom, found its way to 2007.

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