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The Daniel Grade were a British indie/pop/rock band from the late 80’s/early 90’s.
They emerged from the post punk industrial scene in 1985 as a more song based version of Drey Grade (still active today). Their sound developed from synth and early sample based songs and experiments into songs underpinned with chord heavy piano and synths, distorted guitar, bass and drums.

They played regular shows in Brighton and London, headlining and supporting such bands as The Cranberries, The Boo Radleys, New Fast Automatic Daffodils, 5.30, and Intastella.

A 12” vinyl EP entitled Pest was released in 1991 on the Brighton label Train of Thought and distributed through Backs Records of Norwich, Rough Trade, and Pinnacle. It included the tracks Suntrap, Crush and Melt.

A retrospective CD was released on the Fete Recordings label in 2007 available via CD Baby, including the 3 songs from the Pest EP, and 4 previously unreleased songs - Deep, Win, Too Much Make Up and Severance.

The Daniel Grade split in 1992.

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