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these guys are ace
Grime my arse
Nathan Barley type band. Made real.
FUCK OFF SHOREDITCH TWATS!
it say's 'london lot' dickhead.
say's London/Leeds.... and yes I was reading the NME quote.. there's nothing else on there that says they're from Leeds.
But regardless of what Northern hovel they're from originally they're still rockin' the Nathan Barley/'Shoreditch Twat' look and ethos.
"In 2001, the term Shoreditch Twat became popular vernacular for an overdressed East London 'trendy'"
Its a phrase.
Due to their music and 'image' they qualify in abundance.
Doesnt matter whether they're from Shoreditch, London, or fucking Leeds.
So it is true you FUCKING MASSIVE DICKHEAD!
its all encompassing... the music sucks also.
'New Rave' Klaxons etc etc... Yawn.
and you crew'dem
if you ain't rolling with
the mans Hadouken
and was approving. Yes.
the sound from street fighter?
and they make me angry.
they come across really image concious (in a bad way). And there's not much too it really- the music side of things is pretty unexciting
and i'd have to agree with homesick and timmy.
I seem to remember it sounding quite fun and noisy...
stupid search function.
maybe they should do a gig together.
yoga fire yoga fire yoga flame flame flame flame
Remember when somebody posted a link to a video interview with them? That was funny.
failure of a thread.
I saw them supporting Plan B at the Cockpit in February and they were awful!
go wasted and got date-raped"
It's novelty but fun and I'm going to see them in October. Cool lyrics and a sense of fun.
"My head's in pain,
next weekend, let's do it again!"
i got trapped in a shop in carnaby street on saturday whilst the lead singer was being interviewed about how young people use myspace to define themselves and how it's so important, blah blah blah. He was an idiot.
i quite like them - really tried not to...
But they are one of the better live bands I've seen in recent times