Them Clones

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Them Clones is an Indian rock band. Them Clones was created sometime in 2000.

Inspired by the dramatic world of rock n' roll and of course themselves, their tryst with songwriting has directed them across the course of the thoughtful to confessional, from the assertive to the provocative; but has been, consistently, accompanied by a tight groove or a silken melody.

Apart from numerous concerts, gigs across, they were the chosen ones at Channel [V] LaunchPad in 2005 and also got voted as the 'Best Band' at Jack Daniel's Rock Awards twice in row in 2006 and 2007 along with the emphatic win as 2nd runners up at the Channel [V] AMP Big Break All Asia.

The Jack Daniel's Rock Awards 2009, saw them bagging 'Best Song', 'Best Vocalist' and 'Best Drummer' awards.

October 2009 witnessed their debut album Love.Hate.Heroes' with Counter Culture Records / EMI Records. Their popular songs are ‘My Life’, ‘Awaken’, ‘Zephyretta’, ‘Zoopertrip’, ‘In The Name of God’, ‘Sindrome’, ‘Wait For Me’ and ‘Find My Way’.

The band has recently released new singles, 'All About a Heart Break' and 'Jealousy', as well as its video.[1]

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  1. ^ "We make music for the love of it: Them Clones". Zeenews.com. 2009-10-14. Retrieved 4 June 2011. 

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