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Introducing: The Bang Bang Club

It's been a while since I've featured a band with the preface of "introducing". This morning, we were gifted with the perfect opportunity to do so when the debut single from The Bang Bang Club popped up in our inbox.



TBBC is as much a band as it is a philosophy of sorts; fusing fashion, music and art. Prior to the formation of their collaborative effort, the blokes formed The House of Blue Eyes - a Warhol-esque collective of artists, performers, and designers, who will all be in tow to help create visuals to supplement their catchy pop tunes.

The Bang Bang Club will officially open for business on May 3, when the boys release their debut single, Chemistry. Remixes from Digital Dog and Seamus Haji will be included, and we love this entire package 100%. Perfect way to get you moving this morning!

Not only do John and Dave make guiltless pop pleasures, but get this, they're witty to boot. We swoon! Here's what they have to say about their creation/name..."The Bang Bang Club is not a real club, but if it was, it’d be a bloody good one. It’s not a tribute to the group of apartheid photographers with whom they share their name. In truth, they just liked the word "bang".

That, for us, is a win right there. Bang on, boys...bang on, indeed.


mp3: The Bang Bang Club - Chemistry (Seamus Haji Radio Edit)

mp3: The Bang Bang Club - Chemistry (Digital Dog Radio Edit)

mp3: The Bang Bang Club - Chemistry



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I'm sorry but this is too similar to Empire of the Sun. The un-remixed "Chemistry" sounds like "We Are The People's" kid brother. Maybe their other stuff is more original.

I'm interested in background material on the student dueling clubs of
Heidelberg. German or English sources are fine, online preferred but a
good in-print book is also welcome.

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