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Noisettes and Minus the Bear Sessions to be released 

added: 25 Aug 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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The latest sessions on Last.fm Originals will be indie pop band the Noisettes who are about to release their next album Contact.

The band have already had great success with their debut album Wild Young Hearts in 2009 selling 300,00 in the UK alone and featured their No.2 smash 'Don't Upset the Rhythm' and top 20 'Never Forget You'.

Noisettes have built an astonishing devoted following thanks to their enthralling performances and style - unconventional, fierce and daring, their energy is reminiscent of the true, legendary artists of the past, leading to them being described 'the best live band in Britain' by the Guardian last year. They are a perfect fit for the Originals sessions, which will see the band perform an intimate set for Last.fm along with an exclusive interview. The Noisettes session is set to go live on August 27th 2012.

Following shortly after and proving Last.fm are diverse and on the pulse as ever, Seattle based alt-rockers Minus The Bear have recorded a very special sessions for music fans, which comes just in time for the release of their latest album Infinity Overhead, out September 3rd 2012.

Since forming in Seattle in 2001, Minus The Bear has worked relentlessly over the past decade to build a large and devoted following worldwide with consistent releases and a non-stop touring regimen. With a back-catalogue that has seen them sell over 300,000 records, the band has played countless sold out tours throughout the world, in addition to unforgettable performances at huge US festivals, including Bonnaroo, Coachella, Lollapalooza and Sasquatch!.

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