The Trouble With Templeton
Australian indie rock quintet the Trouble with Templeton (named after an episode of The Twilight Zone) began in 2011 as the recording project of then 20-year-old Brisbane-based singer/songwriter Thomas Calder. After self-releasing his debut mini-album in 2011, he assembled a five-piece, and the group set about recording its proper full-length debut, 2013's Rookie. While the album expanded Calder's sound, venturing ambitiously around synth-heavy pop, indie folk, and straight-ahead indie rock styles, the band then simplified its approach with an aim to emphasize songwriting. ~ Timothy Monger
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