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Formed in 1993, Supergrass released their debut album, I Should Coco, to widespread acclaim in 1995. Over the years, Supergrass released a total of six studio albums, and a collection of classic singles including Caught By The Fuzz, Richard III, Alright, Moving and Pumping On Your Stereo securing their place in Britpop history. After 17 years together, the band decided to go their separate ways following a farewell tour in 2010. But in September 2019, ten years to the day after splitting up, they made their comeback with a live set at Glastonbury's Pilton Party and announceed a career spanning 'Best Of' package release and live tour for 2020.
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Since they began in 1992, Newport's Welsh rockers Feeder have sold over 5 million records. Always exhilarating, always celebratory, singles like ‘Just The Way I’m Feeling’, ‘Buck Rogers’ ‘Feeling A Moment’ and ‘Lost And Found’ are just some of the 25 hits the band have enjoyed over the years, along with nine studio albums, six of which reached the UK top 10. There have been various line-up changes along the way, but Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose remain the force to keep feeding their music hungry fans.
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Hailing from various parts of the UK, ramshackle Indie six-piece Sports Team met whilst studying at Cambridge. They’re now based in Harlesden (west London), tucked 'between the McVities biscuit factory and an evangelical church'. Channeling a lyrical cynicism that touches on young-professionals and provincial clichés, with influences ranging from indie pioneers Pavement, through to 90s post punk also-rans The Family Cat, Sports Team have cut through the ranks of London’s live scene and become one of the country’s most exciting and important discoveries.
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