Bark Bark Disco
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|Bark Bark Disco|
Bark Bark Disco in 2010
|Origin||Malta & Berlin|
|Genres||Indie pop, noise pop, twee pop|
Their debut video for their single "Song for the Lovers" was a tribute to 1970s porn star Brigitte Lahaie, and was taken from Erwin Dietrich's classic film Six Swedish Girls in a Boarding School. It received half a million views on YouTube in under two weeks.
Bark Bark Disco are part of the So Lo-Fi music movement. The band had originally defined their sound as "bedroom pop", mainly because their debut album, Your Mum Says Hello!, was recorded entirely in their bedroom.
- Morris Woodcock (aka Ian Schranz) – vocals and guitar
- Your Mum Says Hello! (Parasol, 2010)
- "Song for the Lovers" (Parasol, 2010)
- "Let's Do This" (61 Franky, 2012)
- "Get Out Of My Songs" (61 Franky, 2013)
- "The Ep from the Sea" (61 Franky, 2013)