The Moles (Australian band)

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The Moles
OriginAustralia
GenresChamber pop
Alternative rock
Indie pop
Years active1988–1993
1994-1996
LabelsFlydaddy, Inc.
MembersGlenn Fredericks
Richard Davies
Carl Zadro
Warren Armstrong
Oliver Strauch
Jack Holland
David Newgarden
Hamish Kilgour
Aaron Flagg
Mick Meredith

The Moles were an Australian indie pop band founded and led by Richard Davies.[1]

History[edit]

The Moles were formed in Sydney and debuted in 1990 with the EP Untune the Sky. In 1991 they released their second EP, Tendrils and Paracetamol. 1992 followed their first full-length album Untune the Sky, after which The Moles relocated to New York, where they released a pair of seven-inch singles (later packaged together as the Double Single EP).

After a move to London, The Moles broke up in 1993.

In 1994, Davies revived The Moles, which resulted in their second album Instinct.

Discography[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Moles". Astral Radio Digital. Retrieved 23 April 2013.

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