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The Perfect Crime

The Perfect Crime hail from the leafy suburbs of St Neots, a sleepy town based on the very outskirts of Cambridgeshire. With little locally beyond supermarkets and little in the way of local heroes to emulate, the band begun playing together at a very young age – auteurs to their own design. Despite working in the confines of a three piece, they harbour the sound of a band with twice the members. Epic and monolithic in sound, "Everything Else Can Wait" is the youthful band’s first brave steps out of their comfort zone into the greater consciousness.

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The Perfect Crime hail from the leafy suburbs of St Neots, a sleepy town based on the very outskirts of Cambridgeshire. With little locally beyond supermarkets and little in the way of local heroes to emulate, the band begun playing together at a very young age – auteurs to their own design. Despite working in the confines of a three piece, they harbour the sound of a band with twice the members. Epic and monolithic in sound, "Everything Else Can Wait" is the youthful band’s first brave steps out of their comfort zone into the greater consciousness.

Following a double A-side release in 2009, that gained the band its first praise from national and online media, they were picked up by the local independent label, Speechless to record an album in March with Pete Miles (King Blues, Failsafe, Your Demise). He captured their sound live, showcasing the technicality in the arrangements of a band that has become water-tight through intense practise and years of musical understanding between the members. They take influence from a variety of artists – most notably Deftones, Thrice, Biffy Clyro and Oceansize, distilling and breaking that down into something that’s both honest and all. encompassing on impact, but with intricacy enough to reward further listens. Belying their age, "Everything Else Can Wait" is a mature and powerful statement of intent across ten tracks. Almost certainly, it is only the very beginning. « hide


Everything Else Can Wait
2010

4
6 Votes

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