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LOSERS

LOSERS

LOSERS


Losers are: Eddy Temple-Morris Tom Bellamy Dean Pearson Paul Mullen Losers is a band that was formed in 2007 by XFM DJ Eddy Temple Morris and Tom Bellamy of Cooper Temple Clause. Their first album 'Beautiful Losers' released in 2010, was a collaborative dance remix album which featured guest vocals from 'Placebo' singer Brian Molko on track entitled 'Summertime Rolls'. In 2010, they welcomed guitarist Paul Mullen of YOURCODENAMEIS:MILO / The Read more on Last.fm
Losers are: Eddy Temple-Morris Tom Bellamy Dean Pearson Paul Mullen Losers is a band that was formed in 2007 by XFM DJ Eddy Temple Morris and Tom Bellamy of Cooper Temple Clause. Their first album 'Beautiful Losers' released in 2010, was a collaborative dance remix album which featured guest vocals from 'Placebo' singer Brian Molko on track entitled 'Summertime Rolls'. In 2010, they welcomed guitarist Paul Mullen of YOURCODENAMEIS:MILO / The Automatic to the band which changed the direction of sound from dance remix to a more rock driven vibe which is apparent in their sophomore release 'And So We Shall Never Part' released in 2014. The band had many placements featuring their music from the album including tv spots on 'Game of Thrones', the official movie trailer for 'Hercules' and video game Far Cry 3.

in 2016 they released their follow up album 'How to ruin other people's futures'. The band has toured with the likes of Gary Numan and the Sisters of Mercy. There is no band in the UK doing electronic rock like Losers do. It is dark, brooding, emotionally brutal music of the most epic nature. America knows this.

That is why you’ll find Losers songs used by colossal TV shows like ‘Game Of Thrones’ and films like ‘Hercules’. Having been setup in a residential studio just outside Berlin, they have now written and recorded their third album – a harrowing, brutal and emotionally next level record. How To Ruin Other People’s Futures, is out on 61seconds records. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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