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NEPHEW are a truly captivating live band, enthusing emotive vocals, looped violins and driving bass. Taking influences from Radiohead, Mogwai, Muse and Godspeed You Black Emperor. NEPHEW are based in Manchester and over the past 3 years have written collectively to create a powerful sound which cannot be ignored.
Keen not to jump on any bandwagons NEPHEW certainly seem to have their own style and while its not particularly trendy they are in a league of their own. OUR COLD WAR is the self released debut EP they are promoting while playing the Manchester circuit of Club Fandango, Blowout and High Voltage. Come and watch them, come and listen to them- NEPHEW are growing an army.

"Ones to Watch"- The Fly

"Songs which have a habit of bursting into flames at regular intervals"-the indie Credential

"Nephew are truely captivating" -Manchester Music

"Reminded of bands whose music could break glass with its beauty and despondency" -Glasswerk

"Nephew are an exciting prospect to hold" -Drowned in Sound

introspective, driven and tender" - radio 1

Nephew Biography

Nephew is a Danish rock band, formed in 1996, in Arhus. They had their breakthrough in 2004 with the release of their second album USADSB. The release coincided with lead singer Simon Kvamm's highly successful appearances on Danish television in the cult comedy show Drengene fra Angora, which helped boost the band's popularity. USADSB went double platinum in Denmark and spawned six hit singles.

The band uses an odd mixture of Danish and English in their lyrics; they started singing mostly in English with just a few Danish lyrics, but gradually, they have been using Danish more and more in their songs. The band considers Depeche Mode as its major influence.

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