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Pinkie

Pinkie

Pinkie


In 2000, Alex Sharkey formally of Brighter fame decided to change direction. The result was Pinkie, basically a one-man band featuring Sharkey, but also with some help from former bandmate Keris Howard. In Sharkey's own words: "As time went on I started to realise what was and wasn’t important. I felt inspired to write songs that I could immerse myself in, that I knew had a right to exist. I read Graham Greene’s “Brighton Rock” and suddenly it all seemed to fit into place. Read more on Last.fm
In 2000, Alex Sharkey formally of Brighter fame decided to change direction. The result was Pinkie, basically a one-man band featuring Sharkey, but also with some help from former bandmate Keris Howard. In Sharkey's own words: "As time went on I started to realise what was and wasn’t important. I felt inspired to write songs that I could immerse myself in, that I knew had a right to exist.

I read Graham Greene’s “Brighton Rock” and suddenly it all seemed to fit into place. Pinkie was born, and I suppose the songs kind of wrote themselves." The group has featured on various compilations, including Viva Mobstar and Christmas Underground in 2000. In 2001, Pinkie released My Little Experiment on Planting Seeds Records. Alex Sharkey is also co-writer, guitarist and programmer for Fosca.

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