Since their formation in 2006, British psych rock quartet Syd Arthur have immersed themselves in the rich musical history of their native Canterbury, drawing influences from late-'60s and early-'70s progressive pioneers like the Soft Machine and Caravan, and filtering them through a more contemporary lens. The group released their debut EP, Moving World, in 2010 on their own New Dawn Recording Company imprint and garnered praise from prominent U.K. publications. The single "Ode to Summer" was released the following year, and in 2012 Syd Arthur released their first LP, On and On. The album was well-received and caught the attention of Britain's legendary revived Harvest Records, which signed the band and reissued On and On in late 2013. ~ Timothy Monger
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