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22-20s

Formed 2002.
22-20s

Biography

22-20s were an English rock band formed in Sleaford, Lincolnshire. The band originally disbanded in December 2005 but reformed in 2008 and released Shake/Shiver/Moan in 2010 and Got It If You Want It in 2012 before disbanding for a second time in early 2013.

Their song "Devil in Me" was regularly heard in the UK following their split on the Vauxhall Astra television advertisement, and the band have also featured on a number of high-profile soundtracks, including the Guy Ritchie film, RocknRolla, London Boulevard, Cry Wolf and One Tree Hill. The band took a sabbatical from spring 2013, subsequently confirming a year later that they would not be reforming.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of 22-20s

    22-20s 2004

    Reviewed by Damian Jones
    Thankfully the 22-20s ability to marry gritty rock 'n' roll with classic blues has not...
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