are a Birmingham rock group formed in 2002 and have already sold over two million records worldwide. With a Mercury Prize nomination in 2005 and their second album topping the UK charts, Tom Smith, Chris Urbanowicz, Russell Leetch and Ed Lay could soon be Britain’s coolest band. Their brand of dark indie rock is habitually compared to the sound of bands such as Echo & The Bunnymen, Interpol, U2 and of course Joy Division.
Britpop was definitely in the air.
Because it sounds great loud.
It’s bleak yet beautiful – so it gives you hope.
Play it loud and the bass will really piss them off.
The epic country feel suits this down to the ground.
It’s always the music in the background of the round up of the goals on «Match of the day».
It always seems to be at train stations when you watch girls go by.
I’d let the lady decide.
It suits that claustrophobic environment.
It’s a good one to unwind after a gig.
It’s a nice chirpy song before breakfast.
Because we’re listening to this in the van whilst doing this questionnaire, it’s our tour managers choice!