Idlewild - Scottish Fiction
NME.COM feature on Idlewild - Scottish Fiction album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
'This traces their descent from brilliant to bland'
Funny band, Idlewild. Starting life in the mid-’90s as a thrilling, lo-fi indebted noisepop group with a brilliant mini-album in tow (1998’s ‘Captain’), the Scottish outfit then polished up and became a quaintly glossy indie pop band with ‘Hope Is Important’ in late 1998. Then they decided they’d like to be REM (on 2000’s ‘100 Broken Windows’), then Coldplay (on 2002’s...
- Sep 27, 2007
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- In Remote Part - Scottish Fiction
- You Held The World In Your Arms [Live Acoustic]
- Poor Thing
- The Nothing I Know
- I'm Happy To Be Here Tonight
A Distant History: Rarities 1997-2007
- Oct 30, 2007
A Ghost In The Arcade
- Jun 18, 2007
Steadfast Scots rediscover the rock
- Mar 2, 2007
Singer Roddy Woomble tweets update on the Scottish band's new record
Fans launched campaign in hope of spurring Scottish band to reform
Line-up for Scottish festival grows
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