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Not From There started in London. Two members were deported to their native Australia for lack of work visas. There they found some sort of stability and eventually became widely recognized as the number one indie band from down under. Don' forget that the lead singer is Austrian. Not surprisingly, he himself was deported to his home country for a year. This also explains the presence of two songs sung German. One of these, "Sich Offnen," received heavy radio play in Australia, where most people speak English. Despite all these geographical disruptions, the group landed upon a relentlessly stable form of noisy indie pop that instrumentally is all about rhythm. Any melody is understated, even vocally. Maybe it is just overcompensation on their part.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Not from There were formed in London, although, as per the band's name, none of them were citizens of England at the time. Austrian guitarist Heinz Riegler had previously formed the Rubber Dolls with Australian bassist Anthony Hills back in 1986, but years later and with Hills' visa about to expire, little had come of it. After meeting another Australian, drummer Simon Lambert, who was backpacking through the country at the time, they formed Not from There in 1991. The visas of Hills and Lambert...
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