These classic rock-influenced indie stars are best known for their energetic live shows and frontman Jon Fratelli's absurdly
curly coiffure. Reviving garage rock whilst maintaining their own unique sound, the group have made a habit of packing out
venues with a legion of adoring fans.
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Named after the criminal family in The Goonies, these indie rockers played their first show in March 2005 and were
quickly snapped up by Fallout Records. After being labelled the "best new band in Britain", it was no surprise that their
debut single 'Henrietta' soared up the charts upon its release in June 2006, peaking at position 19 on the UK singles chart.
Still, it was their second single, 'Chelsea Dagger', which brought the group success in the form of a Top 5 single - despite
the trio having been hesitant over releasing it due to its risqué subject matter. Lasting 29 weeks on the UK Top 100, the
single has proved to be one of the group's most successful hits yet.
Four consecutive sold out nights at London's Brixton Academy and appearances on a string of commercials and movie soundtracks
have seen the band quickly become the favourites of indie fans across the country. Now the owners of their own recording studio,
the group are allowed more influence over their music and have moved towards a slightly heavier sound on more recent albums.
Making a nod to the likes of The Ramones and The Who, Jon's gratingly raspy vocals overlap heavily distorted guitars for an
old school sound that maintains the group's originality.
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