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Earl Grey and The Legomen

Earl Grey and The Legomen

Earl Grey and The Legomen


Earl Grey And The Legomen are a 6-piece Indie-Rap band from Liverpool, UK. Formed in 2006, the band have quickly made a name for themselves due to their unique sound. Combining rock, rap, and electronic music, Earl Grey And The Legomen give an eclectic and lively performance, with songs about politics, society and giant rats. Earl Grey and The Legomen are: Earl Grey - rapper, chief brewer. Gene - lead guitarist, mould-scraper. Tommy J 1s - rhythm guitarist, eyeball licker. Read more on Last.fm
Earl Grey And The Legomen are a 6-piece Indie-Rap band from Liverpool, UK. Formed in 2006, the band have quickly made a name for themselves due to their unique sound. Combining rock, rap, and electronic music, Earl Grey And The Legomen give an eclectic and lively performance, with songs about politics, society and giant rats. Earl Grey and The Legomen are: Earl Grey - rapper, chief brewer. Gene - lead guitarist, mould-scraper. Tommy J 1s - rhythm guitarist, eyeball licker. Jesus Murphy - keyboards, lizard merchant. The Holy Member - bass guitar, rabble-rouser. Ten-Toes Jim - drums, head-pickler. In October 2007, Earl Grey and The Legomen were featured on a netBloc album focused on the best Lo-Fi (In the sense of independently recorded on low budget equipment) tracks from all corners of the internet, with their track Britain In The Rain. In June 2008, Earl Grey and The Legomen released their debut single on I Blame The Parents Records. It features the tracks Last Summer and Britain In The Rain.

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