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Lenola was an indie-rock noise-pop group formed in New Jersey in 1994, originally envisioned as a four-track project by lead man Jay Laughlin, but with the addition of guitarist David Grubb and drummer Sean Byrne, eventually became a standard band. After the addition of bassist Scott Colan, Lenola released several singles on the self-funded Tappersize label before releasing their first album in 1996. In 2001, File Thirteen Records released their fourth full-length CD, ‘Treat Me To Some Life’. Their final album, the ‘Sharks & Flames’ double-CD, was released in 2003 in Japan and Europe but was only recently issued in the US as a digital download through iTunes. Powered by strong guitars, Lenola is generally compared to My Bloody Valentine and The Flaming Lips. In 2003 the group disbanded.

Edited by tappersize on 23 Jun 2009, 14:49

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