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The Quails were an English indie rock band that formed in Teignmouth, Devon in 2006 Comprising vocalist and guitarist Dan Steer, guitarist Max Armstrong, bassist Sam Banks and drummer Chris Prentice, the band released one studio album – I've Heard It's All Rumours in 2008 The Quails split in 2011 after a 5 years of being together, lead singer Dan Steer has formed a new band - These Reigning Days

The members of The Quails all hail from the same school in Teignmouth Their most notable appearance was supporting Muse's homecoming gig in 2009 They have toured in England and supported The Kooks, and played in Turkey at an EU-funded festival headlined by Motörhead A TV crew from Exeter followed the band to Turkey and is to air a documentary The band supported alternative rock band Muse, also from Teignmouth, at the first show of A Seaside Rendezvous, the band's 2009 homecoming gigs

Their first album, I've Heard It's All Rumours, was released independently in 2008 Their second album, Master of Imperfection, is due out in May 2010

Contents

  • 1 Music videos
  • 2 Band members
  • 3 Discography
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Music videos

The band released three music videos; the last of which is the video for Fever from the Master of Imperfection album which features the band being chased by domo-kun esque cardboard box monsters after they inadvertently anger a cardboard box

Band members

  • Dan Steer – vocals, guitar, keyboards
  • Max Armstrong – lead guitar
  • Sam Banks – bass
  • Chris Prentice – drums

Discography

  • I've Heard It's All Rumours 2008
  • Master of Imperfection 2010

References

  1. ^ a b "Bright Future for The Quails" The Herald Retrieved 2010-05-26 
  2. ^ Manning, Katy 2008-08-08 "The Quails ready to release I've Heard It's All Rumours" whatsonsouthwestcouk Retrieved 2009-08-05 
  3. ^ Murray, Robin 2009-07-14 "Kooks Eden Sessions Details" Clash Retrieved 2009-08-05 
  4. ^ "Protests fail to sour band's Turkish delight" Herald Express 2009-07-15 Retrieved 2009-08-05 
  5. ^ "Devon band take on role of musical ambassadors" Express & Echo 2009-06-12 Retrieved 2009-08-05 
  6. ^ "Indie Rockers Support Muse" Express & Echo Retrieved 2009-10-10 

External links

  • The Quails - Official website
  • The Quails - on Twitter
  • The Quails - at MySpace
  • The Quails - on Facebook

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