Signifying the end of the Brit-Pop era, this retro-rock outfit made a welcomed comeback with the much-anticipated 2013
album Graffiti on the Train. Drawing inspiration from legendary bands such as AC/DC and Led Zeppelin, this four-piece
is steeped in the sounds of classic '70s rock, adding a late-'90s twist to create their own unique sound.
Playing arena-sized venues and numerous festivals around the world, the indie-rockers have reached international stardom
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Named after a manufacturer of record players, this chart-topping group was formed in 1992. Performing under the alias 'Tragic
Love Company' childhood friends Kelly Jones, Stuart Cable and Richard Jones traded stable careers for playing at local Working
Men's Clubs. Gaining momentum, the band signed a record deal with Richard Branson's V2 label in 1996, dropping their previous
name for their current ingenious moniker.
Entering the Top Ten with debut album World Gets Around in 1997, the group went from playing for 10,000 fans at
Cardiff Castle to a 50,000 strong audience at Morfa Stadium in less than a year. Following up their breakthrough success with
sophomore album Performance and Cocktails in 1999, the quartet reached new heights of stardom with the LP selling over
119,954 copies in its first week and spawning three Top Five singles.
Third outlet Just Enough Education to Perform became the group's big international breakthrough, with single 'Have
a Nice Day' played on both sides of the pond. Growing in popularity ever since, the band has built an impressive back catalogue
alongside extensive world tours, adding a prestigious Winter Olympics appearance to their resume in 2010.
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