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Noel and David in the studio
Noel and David in the studio

100 Bullets Back Interview

By Tim Bearder
David Clayton and Noel Pearson come to BBC Oxford to talk about their new album Refute Fake Icons.


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100 Bullets Back first came into the BBC Oxford studio’s back in October 2003. More that two years on they’ve gone through seven or eight line-up changes before they finally came full-circle. The band now consists of Dave and Noel and a little machine called Roland.

They released an album in September of this year called Refute Fake Icons and that got play in Italy and on America’s K-Rock station with Rodney Bingenheimer but it’s at home that the two lads and their friendly drum machine aim to put in the ground work.

While they are free from the shackles of other band members, conflicting interest and busy schedules they have managed to arrange an extensive tour but whether the slim-line stage presence will wow the crowds has yet to be proved.

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