Bloc Party - 2004/11/30 Peel Sessions
NME.COM feature on Bloc Party - 2004/11/30 Peel Sessions album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Fun, playful, cheeky – the London quartet have cheered up
Bloc Party aren’t very good at dealing with pressure. When the London band are up against it, they do silly things like follow up their seminal debut album, 2005’s ‘Silent Alarm’, with an anxious-sounding record like 2007’s ‘A Weekend In The City; or tell NME their bandmates are recording without them and then attempt to deny the entire conversation, as frontman Kele Okereke did in...
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Frontman describes working on the mix as "like having an affair"
The Maccabees, Cat Power and Tim Burgess also performed at the first day of the Suffolk festival
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