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The Embassy

The Embassy

The Embassy


1. The Embassy are a balearic synthpop duo from Göteborg, Sweden that released some records through the local label Service. 2. The Embassy is also a christian band out of Upper Austria, Austria. 3. The Embassy is also an indie-rock band from Montclair, New Jersey, USA. 4. The Embassy is also a alternative-hardcore band from Bedford, Texas. After a change of vocalists and a name-change, The Embassy (formerly Slow Burn Theory/Reckless) is back. Read more on Last.fm
1. The Embassy are a balearic synthpop duo from Göteborg, Sweden that released some records through the local label Service. 2. The Embassy is also a christian band out of Upper Austria, Austria. 3. The Embassy is also an indie-rock band from Montclair, New Jersey, USA. 4.

The Embassy is also a alternative-hardcore band from Bedford, Texas. After a change of vocalists and a name-change, The Embassy (formerly Slow Burn Theory/Reckless) is back. A peaceful spilt with longtime bandmate and still brother Mark Ramirez opened new avenues for both the "Reckless Boys" and their former singer. Moving from the keys and back-up vocals to the lead vocals, Nate Bolling has now stepped up and found a new voice. 5.

The Embassy were also an alternative rock-pop band from Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK. Active from 1998 until 2004 they released three singles (Summer, The Violent Number & Skyranger) and one album ("Give it Six Nowt") on the Prescription Records Label. The Band members were Lee Haley (vocals, guitar) , David Dorward (bass), Paul Barnecott and Jamie Curle (drums). Lee Haley & David Dorward are now currently members of "The Flowers of Evil" Read more on Last.fm.

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