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Album Review

Two years in the making, Evolution Theory is the debut album from London-based dubstep act Modestep. The album is led by the three 2011 singles that reached the Top Ten of the U.K. dance chart: "Feel Good," "Sunlight," and "The Stars," all of which exemplify the quartet's blaring, grinding, arena-ready sound. Most anthemic of all is another pre-album single, "Show Me a Sign," featuring dramatic tempo shifts and thrashing heavy metal guitar riffs.

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Zomboy?

Where's the zomboy remix of Sunlight?

Modestep girl

I love this band you should get it

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Okay, evolution theory has to be my favorite song I've heard in the past 5 years hands down. This overall is a great album. Rap, great vocals, hardcore rock, dubstep, acoustic, and plenty more are found.(often in one song all at once) Modestep is a very talented group.

Biography

Formed: 2010 in London, England

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

London-based crossover electronic/dubstep act Modestep formed in 2010, featuring brothers Josh (production, vocals, keyboards) and Tony Friend (production, turntables, guitar), Matthew Curtis (drums, percussion), and Nick Tsang (guitar). The quartet debuted in February 2011 with "Feel Good," a bursting single that reached the Top Ten of the U.K. dance chart and crossed into the Top 40 of the main pop chart. August's "Sunlight," released on Polydor, was more aggressive -- to a piercing extent -- and...
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