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Live at Casino De Paris

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Year: 2014

Runtime: 01:12:02

Sinuous, unpredictable indie rock and a dense, intense show! Their first album, released in 2012, gave this young English band from Leeds access to stages around the world. Within months, they became the toast of Europe and won the prestigious British Mercury Prize. In 2014, the band released their second album and have been playing legendary venues ever since.

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Rock, Electronic, Indie

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