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From tonights Evening Express

SHALLOW SOUND IS BIG HIT FOR US BAND

SAN Francisco's Thee More Shallows headline The Tunnels on Sunday. It is a welcome return after the three-piece, fronted by Dee Kessler, played a memorable show last year. With new album Book of Bad Breaks set for release on ANTICON Records, the band have revamped their live show.And Kessler promises another unforgettable night for Aberdeen fans. He said: "Aberdeen really is one of our favourite places to play in Britain.

"When we first played there we really did not have a clue about what to expect. But the audience were incredibly enthusiastic so we made a point of coming back." Thee More Shallows received widespread exposure following the release of second album More Deep Cuts. The trio's slow-burning songs have earned them comparisons to Low, Spacemen 3 and Galaxie 500. Yet Dee believes the band are forging their own unique sound with Book of Bad Breaks. "Our dynamics can sometimes be soft sounding which results in the comparisons to Low," said Dee. "And my voice does roughly resemble the register and tone of Galaxie 500. "But our influences are darker than Galaxie 500. "But those comparisons are probably useful in that they essentially tell people - 'Buyer Beware: This does not sound like Limp Bizkit'. "For some people, that's a helpful caution."

The reason the audience are enthusuastic about TMS is because they are such a thrilling live band. Come & see their mysterious red box............

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From tomorrow's Edinburgh Evening News

SHALLOW SOUND IS BIG HIT FOR US BAND

SAN Francisco's Thee More Shallows headline Henry's on Sunday. It is a welcome return after the three-piece, fronted by Dee Kessler, played a memorable show last year. With new album Book of Bad Breaks set for release on ANTICON Records, the band have revamped their live show.And Kessler promises another unforgettable night for Edinburgh fans. He said: "Edinburgh really is one of our favourite places to play in Britain.

"When we first played there we really did not have a clue about what to expect. But the audience were incredibly enthusiastic so we made a point of coming back."

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