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The Abstracts

Indie Rock 'n' Roll straight out of Blighty!

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Cambridge/Manchester/York UK
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In no particular order... The Libertines, Oasis, The Beatles, The Only Ones, The Sex Pistols, Bob Dylan, The Futureheads, The Talking Heads, Nirvana, Babyshambles, Kings Of Leon, Art Brut, The National, Feeder, The Pretenders, Catatonia, The Buzzcocks, The Damned, The Stone Roses, Eels, Newton Falkner, Gomez, Green Day... To tell you the truth... all sorts, I can not think of all of them. The list would be endless.
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Indie Rock 'n' Roll straight out of Blighty!
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The Abstracts were initially set up as a four-piece indie/rock band from York. They met on the Access to Music course at the Jam Factory and formed in the October of 2007. The band originally consisted of Felix Morgan (Vocals and Guitar), Dave Wells (Vocals and Guitar), Rob Stephens (Bass) and Caspar Haslam (Drums and Percussion).

Dave Wells left the band after just one month leaving the band to battle on as a three piece for a short time. Tim Downie (Guitar) was recruited in December 2007 but unfortunately left along with Rob in May 2008. Felix and Caspar the two surviving original members agreed to continue with the band and recruited Nick Fisher on bass and Dave Wilson on guitar and vocals. However, in August 2008 Nick left the band and Ben Nunn, Felix’s old Equinox band-mate, was recruited as the bands new bassist. In June 2009, Caspar parted ways with the band due to musical differences. Mark Thomson, also of Equinox, was recruited as the bands full time drummer.

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