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Published on Nov 6, 2006

The "young team" from the south of Italy is back! Their new full-length is hysteric but yet romantic, it's surprisingly mature and deep, inspired and dreamy. We left those boys and girls still "sauvage" as the lo-fi feeling that was overwhelming from their debut release (on Job-Fridge Records 2001) that crossed the heart of many indie-rockers. Now here they are fully aware of their skills, they kept on growing and have also been able to put out an album that's simply catchy. The thick production gives an international dimension to this wonderful combo.
In the autumn of 2003 the band signed for Urtovox and started immediately recording the new album with Giacomo Fiorenza at Alpha Department (a division of Groove studio) in Bologna. The whole work has been supervised and produced by Paolo Naselli Flores. "Cuckoo boohoo" came out around the half of September 2004 in Italy, Germany, Austria and Swiss. The record was supported by the wonderful clip of 'Peter Pan Syndrome', you might have seen on MTV (the clip is also included as a rom track on the cd).
At the moment the band is engaged in the production of the new record out in GEN 2007 with the collaboration of DUSTIN O'HALLORAN (DEVICS-Bella union rec) for the artistic supervision and the technical production of the master.

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