Lemon Jelly

Formed 1998. Disbanded 2008.
Lemon Jelly


Lemon Jelly is a British electronic music duo from London, formed in 1998. Since their inception, the band's line-up has included Fred Deakin and Nick Franglen. Lemon Jelly has been nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and BRIT Awards.

Deakin and Franglen briefly met in North London as teenagers and became friends before going their separate ways. Deakin became a DJ and co-founded his very own Airside studios and Franglen became a studio programmer, before the two became reacquainted in 1998.

Lemon Jelly released three critically acclaimed EPs in 1998, 1999, and 2000, which secured them a record deal with XL Recordings in 2000. The band subsequently released three full-length albums before going on hiatus in 2008.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of '64 - '95

    '64 - '95 2005

    Reviewed by Simon Fernand
    Digging deep in to their crates the Jelly have found 9 obscure samples from records...
  2. Review of Space Walk/Return To Patagonia

    Space Walk/Return To Patagonia

    Reviewed by David Silverman
    New double A side single from the gloriously unclassifiable Lemon Jelly. If this is a...
  3. Review of Lost Horizons

    Lost Horizons

    Reviewed by David Silverman
    Lemon Jelly make a welcome return with their stunning second album. Sunday afternoons...
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