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London, United Kingdom (1998 – present)

Lemon Jelly (formed in 1998) are a British duo from London, UK consisting of Nick Franglen and Fred Deakin.

Franglen and Deakin initially released three limited-circulation EPs, The Bath (1998), The Yellow (1999), and The Midnight (2000), which were then collected into a widely-released album in 2000,, which was both a critical and a commercial success.

Their second album (and self-proclaimed first studio album), Lost Horizons, was released in 2002, and was another success.

Their last album, 2005’s ’64-‘95, featured a sticker to warn listeners that “This is our new album. It’s not like our old album.” The title comes from the fact that each track features a single sample drawn from years between 1964 and 1995, incorporating each sample in a variety of imaginative ways.

Some of their best or well-known songs are:

- The Staunton Lick
- Kneel Before Your God
- Space Walk
- Nice Weather For Ducks
- ’75 aka Stay With You
- ’90 aka A Man Like Me

They have also made mix sets for Radio 1’s Mary-Anne Hobbs’ ‘Breezeblock’ show, as well as for a variety of other shows (6 Mix, XFM’s ‘The Hijack’, The Blue Room, etc). They have remixed a number of other artists, including Badly Drawn Boy, Pet Shop Boys and Coldcut, as well as collaborating with William Shatner on a track from his latest album.

Fred Deakin is also co-founder and creative director of print and interactive design agency, Airside


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  • mihoelesk

    Dat Daft Punk Sound

    29 Mar 3:23pm Reply
  • IamChaoz

    This does not sound one bit like Daft Punk

    25 Mar 8:13am Reply
  • 1nnervision

    A poor man's Daft Punk.

    31 Jan 6:03am Reply
  • StratisFTW

    More Lemon Jelly is needed! Every part of Lemon Jelly (artwork, music, collabs, videos, etc) is so good it's mad.

    2 Nov 2013 Reply
  • teddyspaghetti

    I know the economy is shit. But do a tour pleeez

    19 Oct 2013 Reply
  • Jay_TheGoodLife

    Elements is a interesting song!

    14 Jul 2013 Reply
  • melodymann

    all the ducks are swimming in the water lalalalala alalalalaa

    13 Jul 2013 Reply
  • Unkn0wnumb3rs

    uh what's with the similar artists? Frank Kvitta vs DJ Mahatma? Luis Bagalov? Who are those people?? Hoping for this to just be a database error or something

    8 Jun 2013 Reply
  • bkm2989

    my fav band

    7 Jun 2013 Reply
  • Washtali

    Hopefully they can get Bill Shatner back to do some more vocal work, simply amazing!

    31 May 2013 Reply
  • The_Star_Rover

    No more sleeping LJ!

    21 May 2013 Reply
  • Madcapism

    "If Boards Of Canada do it, you have to. Deal?" Wishful thinking if ever I've seen it haha!

    25 Jan 2013 Reply
  • John__Lemon

    Time for some new stuff Lemon Jelly! If Boards Of Canada do it, you have to. Deal?

    25 Jan 2013 Reply
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    2 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Millobixo not dead but dying

    30 Oct 2012 Reply
  • James_Hartley

    They're all pretty special. It's always nice when a thing comes together.

    1 Sep 2012 Reply
  • winter-of-43 is just one of those really special albums.

    9 Aug 2012 Reply
  • jobterhorst

    Very good.

    20 Jul 2012 Reply
  • put-name-here

    All the ducks are swimming in the water.

    3 Jul 2012 Reply
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    15 Jun 2012 Reply
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