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Allo Darlin’

Elizabeth Morris plays the uke and guitar and sings Michael Collins plays drums and sings Paul Rains plays guitar and lapsteel and sings Bill Botting plays the bass and sings

Allo Darlin’ are a fan’s band, with a DIY ethos. They are close friends who found each other and the music they make in London. Elizabeth and Bill are from Australia, Mike and Paul are from Kent. Their self-titled debut was released on Fortuna Pop in June 2010 to widespread critical acclaim. Their second album, Europe, was Rough Trade’s best-selling record of 2012 and was highly placed in many best of the year polls, including Rolling Stone, Emusic and Rough Trade. They have just finished recording their third album, which is scheduled for release on Fortuna Pop and Slumberland in the Autumn of 2014.

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