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Working for a Nuclear Free City

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Working for a Nuclear Free City
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With a mouthful of a name that makes fairly big claims, Working for a Nuclear Free City manages to sound more like a group of political activists than a band. Primarily relying on post rock instrumentals and electronic compositions, the Manchester five-piece has been called an updated version of the baggy movement, a 90s indie rock scene forged in the band's hometown. The band did form at the tail end of the baggy movement, with its two front men, brothers Phil & Jon Kay, writing music together in 1999, but the group didn't come to full fruition until 2004, allowing Working for a Nuclear Free City to absorb enough aspects of electronica to set itself apart from the typical indie band expected to come out of its hometown. Rather popular in the UK, Working for a Nuclear Free City has been praised by numerous prominent publications and had songs included in commercials and films.
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