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This Many Boyfriends

    The long-awaited, self titled debut album by Leeds indiepoppers This Many Boyfriends, released on Angular Records and produced by Ryan Jarman from The Cribs.

    Recorded and mixed by Ryan Jarman of The Cribs at Edwyn Collins’ West Heath Studios in London across three intensive weekends, this album is This Many Boyfriends’ love letter to their record collections, a tribute to the catchiest and most vibrant moments they could find amongst their most treasured post-punk, C86 and Motown 45s.

    This Many Boyfriends

    (I Should Be A) Communist

    ‘(I Should Be A) Communist’ is the new single by Leeds indie poppers This Many Boyfriends, released on Angular Records and produced by Ryan Jarman from The Cribs.

    Following the 6Music playlisted ‘Young Lovers Go Pop!’, and the subsequent success of fanzine single ‘Starling’, This Many Boyfriends recently completed sellout tours with Allo Darlin’ and The Cribs, also finding time for a Huw Stephens Radio 1 session along the way.

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    Laura says: Another winner from these Leeds popsters! It reminds me of a time (around 1987 to be precise) when bands whacked out great jangly pop singles with wit, charm and killer hooks. Two bands immediately sprung to mind (even though TMB don't actually sound like either of them!) - The Wedding Present and Age Of Change - coincidentally they're both from Leeds. Must be something in the water...

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    Young Lovers Go Pop

      ‘Young Lovers Go Pop!’, the new single from This Many Boyfriends, is a classic scruffy pop single in the vein of ‘Hey Scenesters!’, ‘Blue Boy’, or ‘Caught By The Fuzz’, with wry smiles, knowing lyrics, and endlessly catchy shoutalong choruses.

      This Many Boyfriends are a fun pop band that like to play loud with the odd quiet moment thrown in, embodying the most euphoric pints-aloft moments at the indie disco.

      Attacking their infectious songs with as much vigour as is humanly possible, the band describe their sound as “What happens in a child’s mind when it’s had a lot of sugar.”

      The band draw influence from the likes of Pavement, The Pastels and Orange Juice as well as The Vaselines and The Clean.


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