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The Black and White Years

The Black and White Years

The Black and White Years


The Black and White Years are an indie art rock band based in Austin, Texas, USA. Since they formed the band in 2006, they've played festivals such as CMJ Music Festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Austin City Limits Music Festival, MIDEM, Wireless Festival. The band’s song, “Power to Change,” has received a fair amount of national attention via modern rock and college stations. The band is currently finishing the follow up to their Jerry Harrison (Talking Heads and Modern Lovers) produced debut. It is planned for release in late 2010. Read more on Last.fm
The Black and White Years are an indie art rock band based in Austin, Texas, USA. Since they formed the band in 2006, they've played festivals such as CMJ Music Festival, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Austin City Limits Music Festival, MIDEM, Wireless Festival. The band’s song, “Power to Change,” has received a fair amount of national attention via modern rock and college stations. The band is currently finishing the follow up to their Jerry Harrison (Talking Heads and Modern Lovers) produced debut. It is planned for release in late 2010.

Scott Butler - vocals, guitars, keys, words Landon Thompson - guitars, keys, vocals John Aldridge - bass, brass Billy Potts - drum Albums and EPs Patterns LP (CD, 2010) Nursery Myths EP (CD, 2009) The Black And White Years LP (CD, 2008) Brando Real! In Color! EP (CD-R, 2006) self-released Singles "Up!" (2010 "Power to Change" (2008)Brando - #7 on Austin's KROX-FM, #1 on Albany's WEQX 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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