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Electrelane are a band from Brighton, England. They were formed in 1998 by Verity Susman (aka Vera November also making music under her own name Verity Susman) (keyboards, farfisa organ, lead vocals, guitar, saxophone, clarinet) and Emma Gaze (drums). In its last incarnation, the band was composed of these two plus Mia Clarke (guitar, backing vocals) and Ros Murray (bass) (aka Ray Rumours). Their music draws from a wide range of influences including Neu!, Sonic Youth, and The Velvet Underground. Read more on Last.fm
Some of our songs are in the soundtrack to Appropriate Behavior / Appropriate Behaviour by the brilliant Desiree Akhavan. It comes out in the UK this week! Here's the trailer which features Verity Susman's song To Make You Afraid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjZ80dLFFfE
We are very excited to announce that our albums "No Shouts, No Calls" and "The Power Out" have been reissued on vinyl! We know that many of you have been hunting for hard-to-find LP copies, so we hope this makes you happy!
Order online from Boomkat, or request from your local record store. We'll post more updates about other online resources over the next few days.
Thank you all for supporting the band. Happy Holidays!
Does anyone in London know of a soundproofed room/studio that Verity could rent?
Nov 26, 2013
Hello London! Verity Susman's rehearsal studio has been broken into and Electrelane's dearly loved Gibson SG guitar has been taken, its been in the band since the beginning, we wrote some of our first songs on it and Mia has been playing it for years, it's on all our albums. Also taken is Verity's pedal board with all her loop pedals and effects - the basis of her solo set-up until now, a Danelectro 12-string, small mixing desk...If anyone sees or hears of anything, let us know!
Oct 29, 2013
We're really enjoying this rather lovely cover of "Cut and Run" by two French girls. Thanks, Morgane and Candice! (And to Kenny for drawing our attention to this video):
FREE FILM SCREENING ALERT!!!
Queer Cinema from Spain and France project at the University of Manchester presents:
Screening and focus group discussion of
FOR 80 DAYS (80 Egunean, Jon Garaño and José María Goenaga, Spain 2010)
On SUNDAY 17th MARCH at 1100am in the education rooms at BFI, London, during the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
We are looking for a small group of 4 - 8 participants to watch and discuss the film.
The screening will be in Basque with subtitles in English.
If you would like to participate, please send us an email to reserve your place. The screening is free and we will provide refreshments during the focus group discussion.
Link to trailer: