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by No Logo

An intoxicating concoction of furious riffage, melodic soundscapes and lyrical prowess; coupled with the greatest choruses you'll ever hear; to deliver a kmicker-moistening blow to any music aficionado.
Genre: Rock: Avant-Prog
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1. Fake Smiles in the Photograph
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2. Instead of Faith
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3. Legion of One
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4. Fake Smiles in the Photograph (Radio Edit)
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No Logo formed as a university band in 2003 when drummer Matt McGuinness joined frontman Steve Hollyman and bassist Tom Carter. Known for recording and producing their own music and videos, they project an image of determination and energy unrivalled in today’s underground scene. Add to this the power of their live shows - which keep the crowd thoroughly engaged and hanging off every musical detail with intense attention - and you have a dangerously potent musical cocktail, guaranteed to intoxicate.

With grandiose vocals rivalling Muse’s Matt Bellamy, a sonic soundscape of mammoth riffs, and a rhythm section to make your boots tremble, No Logo combine musical expression with sheer melodic appeal, spine-tingling lyrical prowess and pristine arrangement. Imagine an orgy of Deftones, Incubus, and Tool, and you’re getting close to the monster that is No Logo.

Already infecting audiences throughout the UK, as well as spreading their online hysteria across the pond, the band have become known not only for their jaw dropping headline gigs, but also for stealing the show when providing support to many bands including Status Quo.

Let the revolution begin.


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