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A quintessentially British band with four members, lots of instrumentation, strings, sticks, vocals and sound producing vocally driven harmonies and well crafted songs with quirky lyrics. There are well thought out lyrics with a clear influence of artists such as Squeeze and Elvis Costello. Beautiful and intricate vocal melodies are a staple in the Gramotone sound, with a nod to 60's Manchester beat group The Hollies and The Beach Boys, the result is somewhere near that of an English carnation of The Band. They have toured with OceanColourScene's Steve Cradock and their release 'Daltry Street' was one of Paul Weller's fave singles of 2013!
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