One day a girl found a message in a bottle. The message was from a person she'd never met in a place she'd never been. Every day, the girl would read the message and every night she would write a song. She would imagine all the things the person would do, the things they would see and the sounds they would hear. This went on for some time until one day the little girl took all of the songs and put them in a bottle.
Louis Robert Eliot, born 11 April 1968 in Plymouth, England, was the frontman of British band Rialto. After they disbanded, Eliot went on to pursue a solo career, leading more towards acoustic folk as opposed to the band's Britpop style. In 2002, he released his first solo EP, Everybody Loves You When You're Dead, and in 2004, he released his first solo album, The Long Way Round; followed by a low key world tour to promote it.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1. A Mexican pop rock band formed in Monterrey, Nuevo Le
While the mention of their name often invokes raised eyebrows and amused smiles among the uninitiated, Brisbane four-piece Hungry Kids of Hungary produce music that inspires equal measures of curiosity and joy. Dressing their immaculate indie tunes with a healthy dose of 60’s pop sensibility and lashings of soul HKoH have wasted no time in carving out a name for themselves in the Australian music scene.
Spearmint is a London-based indie pop band, founded in 1995 from the ashes of a project called 'Laverne and Shirlie'. Their sound can be said to be classic British guitar pop, with some northern soul influences. The founding members were Shirley Lee (lead vocals, guitar), Simon Calnan (vocals, keyboards), Martin Talbot (bass) and Ronan Larvor (drums). Talbot left soon afterward, to be replaced by James Parsons.
Soda Fountain Rag is Ragnhild Hogstad Jordahl from Bergen, Norway.