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Savages are an English rock band formed in 2011 in London Their debut album, Silence Yourself was released on 6 May 2013 via Matador Records It reached number 19 in the UK Albums Chart in May 2013, and was critically acclaimed It peaked at number 5 on the Irish and the UK Independent Albums Chart, and at number 13 on the US Billboard Independent Albums chart The band's second album Adore Life, was released on 22 January 2016 Both albums were nominated for the Mercury Prize, in 2013 and 2016 respectively

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Side projects
  • 3 Members
  • 4 Discography
    • 41 Studio albums
    • 42 Collaborative albums
    • 43 Extended plays
    • 44 Singles
    • 45 Music videos
  • 5 Awards and nominations
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links

History

Savages are a rock band from London and lead singer and lyricist Jehnny Beth is from France The band's guitarist Gemma Thompson had come up with the name for the band and had been discussing the idea with singer Jehnny Beth for almost a year Thompson says the band's name was derived from books, such as Lord of the Flies, that she read when she was younger The band was eventually formed in October 2011 and they had their first gig in January 2012, supporting rock band British Sea Power Their manager John Best also manages Sigur Ros The Observer has said of Savages: "it's not exactly sexy, it's not funny and they're not going to be rolling around in mud like the Slits But it's the closest thing to art that "post-punk" has offered in a while" The New Musical Express described their performances as "frottage-inducingly intense affairs"

The group's first released tracks, a double A-side in June 2012, were "Flying to Berlin" and "Husbands" on the Pop Noire label The Guardian wrote: "Husbands makes us dream of what it must have been like to have been around to hear, in real time, the debut releases by Public Image Ltd, Magazine, Siouxsie and the Banshees and Joy Division, to feel, as those incredible records hit the shops, that unearthly power and sense of a transmission from a satellite reality" In October, their concert at the CMJ Music Marathon in New York received good reviews The Chicago Reader noted that their set was "influenced by Siouxsie & the Banshees, but with an anthemic quality that makes me think of PJ Harvey and heavy doses of the rhythmic jaggedness and angularity of British postpunk" The group expressed their liking for these bands, and added : "We listened to a lot of different music Our influences are male and female in equal measure"

On 9 December 2012, the BBC announced that the band had been nominated for the Sound of 2013 poll

The band's first album, Silence Yourself, was released on 6 May 2013 via Beth's own label Pop Noire and Matador Records

Savages played on the second day of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in 2013 and were well received by reviewers In 2014 the band, together with the Japanese art-rock four-piece Bo Ningen, performed Words To The Blind, a sonic poem where both bands play simultaneously

On two occasions the band asked local choreographers in London and New York City to perform a dance piece on a 30 minute version of their track ‘Dead Nature’ in the middle of the crowd In a Pop Matters interview with Guy Mankowski the band discussed how at another of their events at the Ministry of Sound the crowd were placed around the musicians in order to ‘create total immersion and intimacy’

"Husbands" was featured during the end credits of the 2015 science fiction film Ex Machina

In July 2015, Savages, A Dead Forest Index and choreographer/dance artist Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome created two nights of performance as part of Station to Station: A 30-day Happening at the Barbican Centre in London The performances took place in the Barbican Gallery and incorporated music, poetry, dance and the interplay of light and darkness The performances were recorded and released on vinyl at Station to Station

In November 2016, the band curated their own program during the tenth Anniversary Edition of Le Guess Who Festival in Utrecht, The Netherlands The program included performances by Beak, Tim Hecker, Jessy Lanza, Bo Ningen and Hannah Peel

The band's second album Adore Life, was released on 22 January 2016 via Matador Records

Side projects

Beth actively teamed up with other musicians, such as the Strokes front man Julian Casablancas; as duet singer for a Sort Sol and Lydia Lunch cover, "Boy/Girl", Trentemøller; as featured artist in the song "Complicated" and as singer-songwriter for the song "River in Me", and Damon Albarn of Gorillaz; as featured artist, along with Noel Gallagher, in the second single from album Humanz, "We Got the Power"

Earlier in 2017, Beth revealed a collaboration with Primal Scream front man Bobby Gillespie for her upcoming solo works

Hassan formed an experimental electronic duo with fellow bassist Kendra Frost as Kite Base in 2015 The band released their debut album, Latent Whispers, in May 2017 Together with Milton, Hassan also formed Otomo X, an experimental collaborative group with London-based DJ and producer Martin Dubka

In June 2017, Thompson announced the introduction recordings/sketches of her solo project, Bashan, formed over several years whilst recording and touring extensively with Savages She also worked with filmmaker and director Nick Ebeling, completing her first score for a 2016 American documentary film Along For The Ride, which premiered at Venice Film Festival in 2016

Members

  • Jehnny Beth - vocals 2011–present
  • Gemma Thompson - guitar 2011–present
  • Ayse Hassan - bass 2011–present
  • Fay Milton - drums 2011–present

Discography

Studio albums

Year Details Peak chart positions Sales
NED
2013 Silence Yourself
  • Released: 6 May 2013
  • Label: Matador Records
  • Format: CD, vinyl, digital download
19 75 70
  • US: 43,000
2016 Adore Life
  • Released: 22 January 2016
  • Label: Matador Records
  • Format: CD, vinyl, digital download
26 57 53 39 99
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

Collaborative albums

  • Words to the Blind 2014 with Bo Ningen
  • In What I'm Seeing; The Sun 2015 with A Dead Forest Index

Extended plays

  • I Am Here 2012

Singles

  • "Flying to Berlin" c/w "Husbands" 2012
  • "She Will" 2013
  • "Shut Up" 2013
  • "Fuckers" b/w "Dream Baby Dream" 2014
  • "The Answer" 2015
  • "Adore" 2016

Music videos

Title Year Director Album
"Shut Up" 2013 Giorgio Testi Silence Yourself
"Husbands" John Minton
"Marshal Dear" Gergely Wootsch
"Strife" 2014 Antoine Carlier
"Fuckers" Giorgio Testi Fuckers/Dream Baby Dream
"The Answer" 2015 Adore Life
"Adore" 2016 Anders Malmberg

Awards and nominations

Year Organisation Award Result
2012 BBC Sound of 2013 Sound of 2013 Nominated
2013 Mercury Prize 2013 Barclaycard Mercury Prize Shortlisted
2016 Mercury Prize 2016 Hyundai Mercury Prize Shortlisted

References

  1. ^ a b Barry Nicolson 22 January 2016 "Savages - 'Adore Life' Review" NME Magazine Retrieved 31 March 2016 
  2. ^ Clark, Nick 11 September 2013 "Mercury Prize 2013: List of nominees in full" The Independent Retrieved 11 September 2013 
  3. ^ "Mercury Prize 2016: David Bowie gets posthumous nomination" BBC Retrieved 5 August 2016 
  4. ^ a b Mossman, Kate 29 July 2012 "Savages/Palma Violets – review" The Observer Retrieved 2 October 2012 
  5. ^ Kot, Greg Savages break even their own rules Chicago Tribune April 5, 2016
  6. ^ a b Snapes, Laura 22 May 2012 "Savages: a post-punk act from London that thrives off of violence and twisted desire" Pitchfork Retrieved 6 October 2012 
  7. ^ a b c Emily, Mackay 5 June 2012 "Radar Band of the Week No:91 – Savages" NME Retrieved 2 October 2012 
  8. ^ a b Lester, Paul 25 May 2012 "New band of the day: Savages No 1,276" Guardiancouk Retrieved 2 October 2012 
  9. ^ McKinley Jr 15 October 2012 "Six Hopefuls Worth Watching at the CMJ Music Marathon" NYTimes Retrieved 20 November 2012 
  10. ^ Goldberg, Michael Alan 24 October 2012 "Don't Miss These Bands at CMJ" Village Voice Retrieved 20 November 2012 
  11. ^ Lazarus Vasta, Simon 24 October 2012 "Now Take Them Out, Devils: The 5 Best Moments of CMJ 2012, Part 1" Nypress Retrieved 20 November 2012 
  12. ^ "CMJ 2012's Most Talented 10" Spin 22 October 2012 Retrieved 20 November 2012 
  13. ^ Raymer, Miles 19 October 2012 "My CMJ highlight so far: Savages" Chicago Reader Retrieved 20 November 2012 
  14. ^ Gleeson, Sinead "Savages : Where the Wild Things Are" The Irish Times 10 May 2013 Retrieved 12 October 2015
  15. ^ a b "Sound of, 2013 – Savages" BBC 1 January 1970 Retrieved 12 May 2013 
  16. ^ Jenn Pelly 19 March 2013 "Listen: New Savages Track "She Will", From Debut Album Silence Yourself, Coming on Matador Records" Pitchfork Media Retrieved 6 April 2013 
  17. ^ Jonze, Tim 14 April 2013 "Coachella festival 2013 day two: Phoenix, Hot Chip and Savages – review" The Guardian Retrieved 16 April 2013 
  18. ^ Todd, Bella 15 November 2014 "Savages and Bo Ningen: 'It's about doing something outside our comfort zone'" theguardiancom The Guardian 
  19. ^ Guy Mankowski 20 January 2014 "'This Crisis Has Given Us Power… It's Time To Use It' An Interview with Savages" Pop Matters Retrieved 28 May 2017 
  20. ^ "Ex Machina 2015" SoundtrackNet Autotelics, LLC Retrieved 7 June 2015 
  21. ^ "A Dead Forest Index" A Dead Forest Index Retrieved 2016-01-26 
  22. ^ "Barbican : Station to Station" Barbicanorguk Retrieved 2016-01-26 
  23. ^ "Julian Casablancas and Savages' Jehnny Beth Cover Sort Sol and Lydia Lunch's "Boy/Girl"" Pitchfork 4 December 2015 Retrieved 5 July 2017 
  24. ^ "Trentemøller – "Complicated" Feat Jehnny Beth Video" Stereogum 9 December 2016 Retrieved 1 July 2017 
  25. ^ "Trentemøller links up with Savages' Jehnny Beth for new song "River In Me"" The Line of Best Fit 24 June 2016 Retrieved 1 July 2017 
  26. ^ "Damon Albarn Enlists Oasis' Noel Gallagher and Savages' Jehnny Beth for New Song "We Got the Power": Listen" 23 March 2017 Retrieved 1 July 2017 
  27. ^ "Savages' Jehnny Beth announces solo show, shares studio photos with Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie" 17 January 2017 Retrieved 1 July 2017 
  28. ^ "Kite Base – "Dadum" Stereogum Premiere" Stereogum 3 August 2015 Retrieved 1 July 2017 
  29. ^ "Much more than just a Savages side-project, KITE BASE share new track and album details" Loud And Quiet 6 February 2017 Retrieved 1 July 2017 
  30. ^ "BASHAN" Retrieved 1 July 2017 
  31. ^ "Savages – Silence Yourself" officialchartscom Retrieved 22 May 2013 
  32. ^ Adore- charts leschartscom Retrieved 10 February 2016
  33. ^ "Album Search: Savages" in German Media Control Retrieved 10 February 2016 
  34. ^ "Savages" in Dutch Dutchchartsnl 
  35. ^ "Savages – Chart history: Billboard 200" billboardcom Retrieved 22 May 2013 
  36. ^ "Billboard 200" Billboard May 25, 2013 
  37. ^ "Silence Yourself by Savages" Matador Records Retrieved 12 July 2016 
  38. ^ "Upcoming Releases" Hits Daily Double HITS Digital Ventures Archived from the original on 14 December 2015 
  39. ^ "Adore Life by Savages" Matador Records Retrieved 12 July 2016 
  40. ^ "Shut Up – Savages 2013" IMVDb Retrieved 13 July 2016 
  41. ^ "Husbands – Savages 2013" IMVDb Retrieved 13 July 2016 
  42. ^ "Marshal Dear – Savages 2013" IMVDb Retrieved 13 July 2016 
  43. ^ "Strife – Savages 2014" IMVDb Retrieved 13 July 2016 
  44. ^ "Fuckers – Savages 2014" IMVDb Retrieved 13 July 2016 
  45. ^ "The Answer – Savages 2015" IMVDb Retrieved 13 July 2016 
  46. ^ "Adore – Savages 2014" IMVDb Retrieved 13 July 2016 
  47. ^ "2013 Shortlist – Barclaycard Mercury Prize" Mercuryprizecom Retrieved 15 September 2013 
  48. ^ "See the 2016 Shortlist" wwwmercuryprizecom Retrieved 2016-10-11 

External links

  • Official website
  • An Interview With Fay Milton The Drummer's Journal

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