The Kabeedies

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The Kabeedies
Origin Norwich, England
Genres Post-punk revival
Indie Alternative rock
Years active 2008 – present
Labels Cherryade
Cool for Cats
Rimeout (Japan)
Fierce Panda
Website [1]

The Kabeedies are an Indie, Afrobeat/Rock 'n' Roll band from Norwich/Woodbridge, England. The band is composed of Evan Jones (Guitar/Vocals), Roary Hill (Bass Guitar/Vocals) and Francis "Fab" Bell (Drums).

Their song 'Come On', originally a B-side to debut single 'Lovers Ought To' on Cherryade Records, was included on the Microsoft Xbox Kinect adverts Worldwide.

Their 2nd album 'Soap' was released in late February 2012.

In July 2012, vocalist Katie Allard left the band.[1]

In Summer 2013, the band were renamed 'Keep Up'.[2]

History[edit]

The Kabeedies released their debut album 'Rumpus' on 9 November 2009 on NRone records and have toured extensively in the UK and Europe since their beginnings in 2007. They played Glastonbury Festival in 2008, and many more festivals including Latitude Festival, Dockville Festival (Hamburg) and Wickerman Festival. They've also supported several acts including Darwin Deez, The Futureheads, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Pigeon Detectives and CSS - who invited them to join them on tour for 3 more shows.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "So long to an old friend". The Kabeedies. 2012-07-18. Retrieved 2012-09-07. 
  2. ^ http://www.facebook.com/keepupmusic

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