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Lead singer apparently hails from my little town. Proud :)


this one of the best albums of the past few years (no, really) lyrically vocally and production wise its an absolute gem. Should go down as a classic. high points include 'you could have both' and 'weekend without make up' but this is not an album to buy individual tracks from, get the whole thing and listen to it every day!


god, this album has everything. the wonderful lyrics work well with the indie rock guitar style. all in all, fantastic


Formed: 2005 in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Dorian Cox (guitar), Reenie Delaney (bass), Emma Chaplin (guitar/vocals), Kate Jackson (vocals), and Screech Louder (drums) comprise the glamorous new wave-tinged stylings of the Long Blondes. The Sheffield, England five-piece came together in 2003 and issued its debut, "Autonomy Boy"/"Long Blonde," a split 7" with the Boyfriends shortly thereafter. A handful of independent singles for Angular Records and Thee Sheffield Phonographic Corporation followed into 2006, as did the NME Philip Hall Radar...
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