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Formed in 1999 in Glasgow, Scotland by Sue Tompkins (vocals), Will Bradley (drums), Chris Evans (bass) and Robert Johnston (guitar). They split in 2002.

Released in March 2000, "The Leanover" b/w "New Town" secured the band a full deal with the label. The band released two more singles on the label. The band's debut, Any Other City, recorded by Scottish producer Andy Miller, was released in 2001 in the UK; DCBaltimore…

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  • always love coming back 2 AOC great album in the summer for me
  • it is finally the perfect weather to listen to this record. mid-60sF, breezy but humid, gray skies. don't fal- don't fal-TER
  • I really don't get why LWB seems to only get associated with post-punk while links to emo bands such as moss icon or the van pelt are entirely neglected [2]
  • where are all the shouts at? you need to listen to this, people.
  • this is one of like two bands in existence that can make me cry. most of everything else pales in comparison.
  • LWB lyfe.
  • Yea they sounds exactly like The Van Pelt and old school emo in general. What makes different with LWB is the accent. Glad finally I found a hidden gem here
  • johnny-mnemonic you're right. reviewers always underrate the midwest emo/van pelt/ etc influences of this band
  • I just found this album thanks to NME running a 101 records to hear before you die thing. So glad I read it for this record alone. WOW is all I have to say. Amazing and can't believe I didn't get on this sooner.

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