11 Songs, 40 Minutes

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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5

11 Ratings

11 Ratings

Bold and Fresh

Saint_,

The strong beats and melody are complimented by vibrant and clear vocals. Overall it reminds me of a British Invasion song updated for the 21st century. It’s different, catchy, a bit eccentric, and that’s a good thing.

this is a great group

ton ton,

love their sound and beat like django django its addicting

Teleman does it again

Rgtute,

Such a great record. I have been listening to it for 5 days straight and can't get enough of it. I would have liked to list the tracks that stand out to me, but they are all great. Some of them remind me of early OMD. Their debut album, Breakfast, was by far my favorite album of 2014. I can tell this will end up being my favorite album of 2016.

About Teleman

Forming out of the ashes of London's indie rockers Pete & the Pirates, Teleman traded that band's brash style for a subtler approach. Vocalist/guitarist Tommy Sanders, his keyboardist brother Jonny, and bassist Pete Cattermoul formed Teleman shortly after Pete & the Pirates disbanded in 2012, adding drummer Hiro Amamiya to complete the lineup. The band's demos revealed a wry, melodic take on guitar pop that nodded to legends like the Beach Boys and contemporaries such as Django Django, and they soon signed to Moshi Moshi Records. Teleman made their debut with "Christina," which was released as part of the label's Singles Club in 2013. The band's Bernard Butler-produced first album, Breakfast, arrived in 2014. For their follow-up, Teleman worked with producer Dan Carey, and honed their songwriting as well as their arsenal of synths, focusing on the Mellotron, the Roland Jupiter, and the Korg Trident. The results were heard on the lively Brilliant Sanity, which arrived in 2016. Teleman went further in an electronic direction with the following year's Fünf EP, which found them collaborating with a different producer (Timothy J. Fairplay, Ghost Culture, Bullion, Boxed In, and Moscoman) on each of its five tracks. ~ Heather Phares

  • ORIGIN
    Reading, Berkshire, England
  • GENRE
    Alternative
  • FORMED
    2012

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