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All Angels Gone

All Angels Gone

All Angels Gone


All Angels Gone is a French post-rock band from Paris, formed in 2001. After some changes on the line-up, All Angels Gone worked a lot for live performances (work on the sounds, psychedelic end atmospheric atmospheres, etc.). Current members are Vincent (vocals, guitar, piano), Pauline (vocals, glockenspiel), Franck (guitar), Julien (guitar, bass), Olivier (bass, cello), Aurelien (cello) and Nicolas (drums). They released a first EP in April 2004, "Quietly" (5 tracks) produced by One Hot Record. Read more on Last.fm
All Angels Gone is a French post-rock band from Paris, formed in 2001. After some changes on the line-up, All Angels Gone worked a lot for live performances (work on the sounds, psychedelic end atmospheric atmospheres, etc.). Current members are Vincent (vocals, guitar, piano), Pauline (vocals, glockenspiel), Franck (guitar), Julien (guitar, bass), Olivier (bass, cello), Aurelien (cello) and Nicolas (drums). They released a first EP in April 2004, "Quietly" (5 tracks) produced by One Hot Record. They played in a lot of places in France like "La maroquinerie" (Paris) with Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins) or Below the Sea, "Le Grand Mix" (Tourcoing), the "Elysee Montmartre (Paris) in the french final of Emergenza Festival, a post-rock festival in Belgium and many more places. The integration of video projections during gigs became an essential element of the live performances including originals videos mixed in live with music. The band is now working on the next album and is actively searching for a producer. Official website: http://www.allangelsgone.com Read more on Last.fm.

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