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The best band in the UK at the moment

Their record company should be ashamed of themselves for the terrible radio and marketing campaign they've done on this album so far. Delays are the most underrated band in the UK and deserve better than they are getting. Sort it out Polydor.

The Delays prevail.

Again The Delays come back and wow us with a fantastic album. Again it will be massively undersold and underrated. I'm happy though because these tunes shape my mood, make me smile, make me think, make me love. Listen to these songs on a sunny day.

Love

Love, love the delays. This album does not dissppoint. Everyone should buy it!!

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Southampton, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Before they kicked against the decadent scene that ranked Oasis and Blur as supreme during the 1990s, the two sets of siblings who would later form Delays — Greg (vocals/guitar) and Aaron Gilbert (keyboards), and Rowley (drums) and Colin Fox (bass) — tried to make ends meet as a Brit-pop act. They formed Corky, and the band's acoustic pop was briefly popular in their hometown of Southampton, England. By 2001, Corky had gone by the wayside and the brotherly bunch had regrouped as Delays....
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