Their style, compared by some to Mogwai and Arab Strap, saw Gray deliver self-penned monologues over a wall of guitar noise and samples guided by a strong beat. Morning After Pill, from their debut album Indian Ink was voted 11th in John Peel’s Festive Fifty of 2001, and My Elixir; My Poison was also highly acclaimed. During their existence they played gigs with Smog, Pulp and Snow Patrol, and recorded several radio sessions both for John Peel and for London’s XFM. Somewhat more ignominously, they also won a listeners’ poll of Worst Band Name for BBC Radio 1 in 2003.
Edited by Ayan-Ray on 10 Mar 2013, 03:14
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