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None The Less

None The Less

None The Less


(This page contains two None The Less groups - the pictured have their biography below). None The Less are a 5-piece "Metal n Roll" band from Watford, UK, who formed in 2007 and split in 2010. The band consisted of Ant Giannaccini on vocals, Owen Harvey on guitar/screams, Joe Page on guitar, Oli Stanton on bass, and Mike Smith on drums. They constantly toured the United Kingdom, including a tour with Young Guns, playing hundreds of shows and festivals to date, and releasing two singles for free - Define, and Bitter Taste. Read more on Last.fm
(This page contains two None The Less groups - the pictured have their biography below). None The Less are a 5-piece "Metal n Roll" band from Watford, UK, who formed in 2007 and split in 2010. The band consisted of Ant Giannaccini on vocals, Owen Harvey on guitar/screams, Joe Page on guitar, Oli Stanton on bass, and Mike Smith on drums. They constantly toured the United Kingdom, including a tour with Young Guns, playing hundreds of shows and festivals to date, and releasing two singles for free - Define, and Bitter Taste. Both singles had videos produced by Lawrence Hardy, who had previously worked with Enter Shikari, You Me At Six and We Are The Ocean, and the videos can be seen on their YouTube page. In 2010, the band recorded 'Time, the Healer' with Dan Lancaster at Glasseye Studios in Hatfield. The album was due to be released in March 2011, but due to the split, it is unknown whether/how it will be released. On the live circuit, the band supported bands such as Enter Shikari, In Case of Fire and played festivals such as the Download Festival (2009), the Camden Crawl and the Underage Festival (2008). None the Less played their final gig to a sold-out Watford Railway Club on the evening of Wednesday 28th December 2010.

They were supported by Lecarla, Kill the Weekend, Polaris and Praden. The band stated on their Facebook page that this was not the last time they would be writing and playing music together. Jack Kenny - Drums (2007-2008) 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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