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Blimey...if this is the EP the album should be incredible!

Really liked Big Roar..made loads of my friends buy it...sorry going off track. This EP continues the epic sound and musical craft that The Joy Formidable like to produce. Cholla is a 'repeat me' track...and the acoustic and remix versions are brilliant. Tempo is also fantastic (a grower FYI that your love the more you hear it) and all for £1.99 for all these tracks is a bargain.

Wolfs Law

Absolutely brilliant....like all their work :-)

A promising start for the new album!

What a great tune, can't wait for the new album, these guys just keep getting tighter!

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Mold, Wales

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

After spending several years with the post-punk outfit Sidecar Kisses, vocalist/guitarist Ritzy Bryan and bassist Rhydian Dafydd left the lineup and launched the Joy Formidable, drawing heavily from shoegaze and noisy alt-rock to create their new group's sound. Formed in North Wales in 2007, the band later resettled in London, where original drummer Justin Stahley was replaced by Matt Thomas. The Joy Formidable began building a buzz in 2008, making appearances at several British festivals and earning...
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Cholla - EP, The Joy Formidable
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  • £2.49
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: 19 October 2012

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