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Kliché was a Danish new wave band (1977-1985), influenced by Kraftwerk, punk rock, Devo, and David Bowie. They had, however, a distinct sound mainly due to lead singer Lars Hug's original voice. They would semi-ironically quote Mao Zedong and Buddha and perform in uniforms - often coloured overalls.
Lead singer, Lars Hug (later Lars H.U.G.), began his solo career in 1984 and has released several albums. After Hug left the band, the remaining members released a single album titled Dobbelt Plus under the name Voss Torp Brill. Another member, Nils Torp, later formed the band Souvenirs together with Sofie Bonde.
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