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405 Focus: Cave Painting [Video Interview]

405 Focus: Cave Painting [Video Interview]

by Tom Baker, 20 January 2012

Cave paintings are an historical phenomenon that date back as far as 33,000 years BC. Cave Painting ― that is, the band ― have been around in their current form for a little over a year, yet are already leaving a definable mark on the Brighton music scene.

Last November, a few short months after their formation, the band released their debut EP. You'll Be Running Soon showcases their quiet, considered, but ably funky and immediate indie-pop sound, revealing them to be akin to a Wild Beasts you could take home to your parents. They spoke a little more in-depth with us about the origins of the band, and recording the EP.

You can watch the interview below, or via our TV Section. It's also available via our Vimeo and Youtube pages.

If you fancy listening to the session without the visuals, you can do so here:

The interview was recorded/edited by George and Louise Nindi.

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