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Flying Saucer Attack were formed in Bristol, England in 1992. David Pearce was the core member of the group, and Rachel Brook (of Movietone, another Bristol band) was a member for most of the band's lifetime.

The band were marked by quiet vocals and sheets of feedback with similarities to many of the so called "shoegaze" bands that pre-dated them such as Ride, My Bloody Valentine or the indie noise-pop group The Jesus and Mary Chain. FSA were able to… read more

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  • Avatar for dnlsprngr
    had forgotten how good they are
  • Avatar for b_typewriters
    THIS FUCKING KILLS
  • Avatar for Myeiin
    I wanna you coming to Brazil
  • Avatar for bruno__________
    instrumentals 2015 is a surprisingly good album.
  • Avatar for optimistic_tour
    oh my god, the vinyl edition of Instrumentals 2015 is gorgeous, the nicest packaging I've seen all year. Side D is a really cool etching, too!
  • Avatar for NarooN
    It was basically a year ago I posted that comment here futilely wishing for Dave's return, and out of goddamn nowhere it actually happens. Even if it's just instrumentals, I'm hella down for this. Can't wait.
  • Avatar for tom_mishkin
    pre-ordered a couple of copies and would urge you all to do so
  • Avatar for rewinddude
    Yeah new album, fahhhk
  • Avatar for Treason_is_bad
    I was just talking about FSA a few weeks ago since I got a first pressing of the debut. It was really nice having it in my hands, but made me a bit sad I didn't even know if Dave was still making music or alive even. To my surprise he comes the fuck out of nowhere with a new album a week ago. Seriously, I'm beyond words. I never thought Dave would come back, let alone come back a new FSA release.
  • Avatar for lebital
    Some of my favourite drone [2]

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