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There is more than one artist named The Standards:

1) A Thai-Brit quintet based in Bangkok, The Standards comprise of charismatic SE London native and Damon Albarn look-alike Matt Smith on vocals, percussion and melodeon and Stevenage boy Paul Smith (no relation) on guitars and backing vocals. Making up the rest of the band are the Thai contingent of Manasnit Setthawong on synths, keys, backing vocals and kinky boots; Ayu Charuburana on drums and last but certainly not least, Sithikorn “Mackey” Likitvorachai on bass.

Free tracks can be listened at their offical website, thestandards.tk.

2) The human voice, that’s how it all started for five brothers who shared a passion for music. Singing together at an early age, they began the makings of this one of a kind vocal group, forging a relationship beyond brotherhood and taking harmony to perfection. Today, they are known as The Standards.

The Standards have taken vocal music to a new dimension by creating their own unique style of music with an infectious harmony that speaks to all generations and cultures of music lovers.

Hailed as one of the most sought after harmony vocal groups of today, The Standards have enjoyed success worldwide for their unique approach to vocal entertainment. Their shows offer more than just a typical music concert. It’s a “dynamic music experience,” featuring non-stop energetic vocal performances packed with choreography, comedy, and audience interaction.

The quintet made up of Morgan Williams, Nathan Williams, Jordon Williams, Nicholas Williams, and Quinn Williams are leading the way to help make vocal music a favorite among fans. Sharing the stage with the likes of Country sensation Lonestar to the legendary Manhattan Transfer, and the Oak Ridge Boys, they continue to bridge the gap found in common music genres.

The vocal group known for a cappella performances without any instruments of any kind continue to forge new ground by adding theater type performances such as the Mamba, which features the five, dressed in a tribal setting for a truly amazing black light show. In addition, you may find them standing around a piano for an original song or two creating a multi-level vocal showcase.

3) Swedish indiepop/rock band, active in the 1990s

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