GoodBooks Moblog

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Welcome to the GoodBooks Moblog!

Here you will find photos taken by the band members on their camera phones, sometimes interesting, sometimes bizarre, sometimes crap!

GoodBooks Website:
href="http://www.ilovegoodbooks.com" target="_blank">www.ilovegoodbooks.com

Listen to music at MySpace:
www.myspace.com/goodbooks

More about GoodBooks:

GoodBooks formed in January 2005. The music is nimble and fresh, with influences ranging from Kraftwerk to Pulp to Hot Chip. The strong vocal harmonies and quirky synth lines polish up a sound that the band call quite simply "us" - The Times helpfully called it "literate, avowedly untutored clatter".

Their self-released EP 'Valves & Robots' created a penguin stir among all who heard it, and has now sold out. Supporting Art Brut in August was followed just a few weeks later by a support for the Magic Numbers in Gothenburg, Sweden, at the request of the Magic Numbers themselves.

After a barrage of press and radio at the start of 2006, début indie single ‘Walk With Me’ was released on the 3rd of April as a one-off on London’s Transgressive Records. A UK followed with dates in April, taking the live show well and truly outside the M25.

The band have since signed to Columbia Records and are writing and recording material towards their debut album.

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21st Mar 2006, 17:09   | tags:,,

Joe says:

seems to be all ship shape....welcome to moblogUK

21st Mar 2006, 17:15

Euphro says:

Hello and welcome to MoblogUK :D

21st Mar 2006, 17:25

helooooooo

21st Mar 2006, 17:32

Max says:

Get in. They have cold arses, I do not

21st Mar 2006, 23:14

*waves*
welome :-)

21st Mar 2006, 23:16

gofes says:

You lot are doing the Camden Crawl, which is nice

11th Apr 2006, 13:13

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