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The Slow Readers Club


The Slow Readers ClubStart Again

This is a band who have blurred the edges between genres, merged the sounds of various decades from the 80’s through to now and who have captured the essence of urban life in an armful of essential, unforgettable musical episodes

www.ManchesterMusic.co.uk

The band’s innovative music videos have received widespread media attention with 2012’s ‘Block Out The Sun’ singled out to feature on Coldplay’s website.

In their own words:

We are a Manchester based Indie / Electro band. Our music has drawn comparisons with Interpol, The Killers and Arcade Fire. Our debut album relased in May 2012 has had airplay on BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing, NME, Q Radio and NME TV, Sky Sports and ITV. Our youtube channel has seen 155,707 views to date helped in no small part by the video for ‘Block out the Sun’ featuring on Coldplay’s website.

2014 has seen The Slow Readers Club continue to build a loyal fan base with Peter Hook describing them as his new favourite band in a recent NME New Music Special and Steve Lamacq featuring ‘Start Again’ on his BBC 6 Music show.

Find out more at their links here on their website, their Facebook Page, their YouTube Channel, and their Twitter feed.

You can also watch “Forever in your Debt” right here:

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