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The Indelicates

The Indelicates


Years Active: 2005 to present

Genre: Rock, Pop

Country: United Kingdom


Simon Clayton (Lead Guitar/Vocals)
Julia Clark-Lowes (Piano/Vocals)
Alastair Clayton (Guitars)
Kate Newberry (Bass)
Ed van Beinum (Drums)

Artist Bio:

From their official website - Formed in late 2005, The Indelicates have rapidly been establishing themselves as one of the most exciting new bands to come out of the UK. Essentially the joint project of Simon Indelicate (formerly a performance poet and author of 'The Book Of Job: The Musical' due to be revived in 2008) and Julia Indelicate (an acclaimed documentary photographer) The Indelicates are a five piece, piano and guitar-led pop/rock act from Sussex, UK. Taking their musical cues from folk and classical sources - as well as the broad spectrum of British indie rock they write melodic, edgy and intellectually coherent songs that have been consistently well-received in the UK and abroad. Julia and Simon met at a Poetry slam (which he won) working together to perform and promote music, poetry, and the famous poets vs. mc's slams that characterised the Brighton 'scene'. Julia then went on to found The Pipettes, but left after a year and half to work instead on the rock/ punk music she and Simon had been writing. They have performed live extensively playing more than 100 shows in London and the rest of England. They have also toured Germany and Austria three times, twice......[Read More]