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French quartet SILENTCLOCK was formed in 2008, drawing inflcuence from bands like Coldplay, Radiohead and Pink Floyd to craft compositions exploring a nostalgic, melancholic universe referencing both British pop/rock and the gentler parts of the art rock universe.

They released their debut album Elephants and Porcelain in the fall of 2010, and was an active live unit in their local Bordeaux scene following this. In the spring of 2012 they announced that due to vocalist and guitarist Baptiste moving, the remaining three members decided to call it a day.

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