1. Death By Chocolate is the confectionary pseudonym of one Angie Tillett, purportedly a teenage chambermaid from the kitschy English tourist town of Clacton-on-Sea. Now, Angie clearly has a fondness for sweets, which evoke powerful sensory memories for her – as do colors. Letters too, actually. She recites these memories, non-sequiturially, in the bored voice of a schoolgirl delivering a report before class, while giddy pop keyboard lines burble and eddy around her. In addition, Tillett offers '60s spy movie instrumentals, quirky bubblegum psycedelia, and novelty covers, including a decidedly twee version of Cat Stevens's "If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out," made famous in the '60s black comedy Harold and Maude. Her music is as much a pop-cultural study as it is escapist fantasy.
2. Death by Chocolate are a Swiss indie rock band. They released their debut EP “My Portable Love” in 2009, followed by an album called “From Birthdays to Funerals”. They are known for their energetic live performances, which have captivated audiences everywhere they performed across Europe.