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Vic Twenty

Vic Twenty

Vic Twenty


Vic Twenty are a boy and a girl who create crisp, brilliant analogue pop without a flicker of post-modern irony. Pointedly rejecting contemporary dance music and culture and with a nimble sidestep around doleful indie tedium, Vic Twenty draw us into a pastoral electronic world where the future has not yet turned to shit. Their songs sparkle with hooks and well-crafted melodies, with cleverly observed lyrics displaying a keen eye for the zeitgeist. Read more on Last.fm
Vic Twenty are a boy and a girl who create crisp, brilliant analogue pop without a flicker of post-modern irony. Pointedly rejecting contemporary dance music and culture and with a nimble sidestep around doleful indie tedium, Vic Twenty draw us into a pastoral electronic world where the future has not yet turned to shit. Their songs sparkle with hooks and well-crafted melodies, with cleverly observed lyrics displaying a keen eye for the zeitgeist. When Vic from Cardiff met Piney from Kansas City and formed Vic Twenty in 2002, they set off on a mission with bringing back the synthesizer to popular music as a mission. In the year to follow they grew to become a mainstay on the London live scene (headlining 93 Feet East, Mute Irregular Night, Heaven, Cherry Jam's Rough Trade Nite, Xfm X-posure etc..), gigged around Britain, gained regular Xfm airplay and amassed a devoted following.

The duo also caught the attention of Mute impresario Daniel Miller, who decided to release the single on his own offshoot label Credible Sexy Units. 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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