Hot Club de Paris

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Hot Club de Paris
Origin Liverpool, Merseyside
Genres Indie rock, math rock, experimental rock, experimental
Years active 2004–2012
Labels Moshi Moshi
Website Official website
Members Alasdair Smith
Paul Rafferty
Matthew Cameron Smith

Hot Club de Paris were an English band from Liverpool. They are signed to Moshi Moshi Records and released their debut album Drop It 'Til It Pops in October 2006. Their second album Live at Dead Lake was released in June 2008 and they released an EP titled With Days Like This As Cheap As Chewing Gum, Why Would Anyone Want To Work? in 2010. The band has been inactive since 2012. Paul Rafferty is currently the Guitarist and Vocalist of the Punk band 'Bad Meds'

Discography[edit]

Albums/EPs[edit]

Date Of Release Title
2006 Drop It 'til It Pops
2008 Live at Dead Lake
2010 With Days Like This As Cheap As Chewing Gum, Why Would Anyone Want To Work? (EP)
2010 The Rise And Inevitable Fall Of The High School Suicide Cluster Band (EP)
2011 Free The Pterodactyl Three

Singles[edit]

  • "Sometimesitsbetternottostickbitsofeachotherineachotherforeachother" (2006)
  • "Everyeveryeverything" (2006) UK No. 140
  • "Shipwreck" (2007) UK No. 153
  • "Clockwork Toy / You Can Call Me Al" (2007) UK #N/A
  • "Will You Still Be In Love With Me Next Year?" (2007)
  • "Hey! Housebrick" (2008)
  • "My Little Haunting" (2008)

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