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Single of the Year (so far anyway)

Being a massive fan of Biffy Clyro (this is, of course, Simon Neil's side project along with JP Reid from Sucioperro) I was desperate to hear this song. I was not dissapointed. It is so far my favourite song of the year, mellow, catchy,instantly singable and exploring a more electronic, even poppier side from these guys. A fantastic song that puts most other side project tunes to shame. Can't recommend enough.

It hurts my head.

It hurts my head the fact that this song was written, mixed and mastered in one night. The forth coming album was done in a week in an attic. We can only marvel at the genius of these people.......... AMAZING!

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Consisting of Biffy Clyro's Simon Neil and Sucioperro's J.P. Reid, the surreal musical world of Ayrshire duo Marmaduke Duke harks back to the theatrical prog rock scene of the early '70s. Recording under the pseudonyms "the Atmosphere" and "the Dragon", the side project was formed in 2003 to soundtrack a trilogy of unreleased manuscripts about a 16th Century Duke, written by a mutual Portuguese friend. After signing to 14th Floor Records, they released their lo-fi, hardcore rock debut, the three-disc...
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Kid Gloves - EP, Marmaduke Duke
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  • £1.79
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 09 February 2009

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