Sounding like a Saint Etienne for a more subdued, post-xx world, London electropop group Woman's Hour formed in 2011. With siblings Fiona and Will Burgess as the founders, the duo recorded a series of demos named after BBC 4 radio programs. By the time they recruited members Josh Hunnisett and Nicolas Graves, the demo dubbed Woman's Hour graduated to the band's name, while the concept of delivering a complete package -- a unified aesthetic for their music, videos, record sleeves, gig posters, and so on -- had taken hold. The band's Secretly Canadian-issued debut album, Conversations, dropped the following year. ~ David Jeffries
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