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Customer Reviews

Up and coming act of 2010...

I have so much hope in these guys becoming the next best thing and this catchy tune has done nothing but made my hopes that little bit stronger!
With them releasing their debut album soon, this track gets you ready for a great album with a brilliant set of songs! I can't wait until it's released.
Everyone should follow these guys as you wont be disappointed. I've known about them since 24th October 2008 and i've never stopped loving them.
Owen, Enda and Stephen are amazing and talented guys!

Very good

Great single, looking forward to the album in a couple of weeks.

"Belfast Rocks!!!!!!"

Another banging tune from NI's brightest hope. Album soon, the track "Buildings" is amazing!

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Magherafelt, Northern Ireland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although formed in Northern Ireland, General Fiasco looked to America for inspiration, taking cues from guitar-driven bands like the Strokes, Foo Fighters, and Paramore. Shane Davey, Owen Strathern, and Enda Strathern launched the band in 2007, with Davey eventually leaving the lineup and drummer Stephen Leacock taking his place. By 2008, the group had begun attracting attention from U.K.-based publications like NME, due in part to their promising performance at the Leeds Festival. After signing...
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Ever So Shy - EP, General Fiasco
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  • £1.49
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 14 March 2010

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