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Sheffield, United Kingdom

There are, at least, five bands with this name.

1) The band from which The Human League & Clock DVA later emerged. Founded by Ian Craig Marsh, Martyn Ware & Adi Newton in 1977 in Sheffield, UK (see for further early Human League info.).

2) An indie-pop quartet out of Nashville, TN.

3) A Welsh post-hardcore band Hondo Maclean died and was reborn in the shape of The Future in late 2006/early 2007. The name change reflected a shift in sound and attitude. In May 2008, they announced that they too were to split, but that other projects would be in the pipeline.

4) A Melbourne based, ad-hoc electro group formed by members of The Cat Empire (Ollie McGill - piano/synths) Ambergris (Harry Shaw Reynolds - drums & Dan Marsh - keyboards/synths/samples), True Live (Ivan “Choi” Khatchoyan - drums & Thai Matus - keyboards/synths) and included ‘special’ guests Aaron Light (drums - 12 Tone Diamonds), Carlo Barbaro (saxophones - The Empire Horns/VADA), Nash Lee (Rabid Hawke/12 Tone Diamonds).

5) A New York City based band.


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  • Smugglerpl

    The Future (post Hondo Maclean) is fucking quality. [2]

    25 Apr 2011 Reply
  • Capanos

    The Future (post Hondo Maclean) is fucking quality.

    22 Mar 2011 Reply
  • Lurholm

    Which one of these bands is responsible for "Only One Life"? I really like that song.

    27 Jan 2009 Reply
  • RosaMannen

    Brilliant song.

    18 Aug 2008 Reply
  • mx666

    This is not my Future ;) That's the good one

    1 Jun 2008 Reply
  • kryptonite22

    i can't understand why it doesn't use a similar system to IMDb, using numbers or a small symbol to differentiate between bands, and the user could toggle them on or off if they wanted...?

    26 Mar 2008 Reply
  • ZeroAsALimit

    Ugh, why do pages have to be split? It ruins listings. :( That doesn't look like The Human League! LOL! Anyway, my copy of Golden Hour wasn't working properly. I just had my first listen to the magnificent Cairo for a few years. ^_^

    7 Feb 2007 Reply
  • gffan59

    This is not The Future I'm listening to... I wonder how to add a band to this thing?

    24 Sep 2006 Reply

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