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British sister duo and one-time Band To Watch 2:54 put out their sophomore record The Other I last year, and they've just shared a video for album track "Crest." The black-and-white video sees them…   Read Story »
The sisterly British dream-rock duo 2:54 returns later this fall with The Other I, their sophomore album. The early tracks "Orion" and "In The Mirror" throb and twinkle just as confidently as the…   Read Story »
The gothy, dreamy, doomy British sister act 2:54 are coming back this fall with their new album The Other I, and that's good news, since their rich and retro sound is about as autumnal as it gets.…   Read Story »
The two sisters in 2:54, the Irish-born and London-based duo, make grandly gloomy windswept rock music, something like the xx if they were more revved-up and shoegazey. They were a Band To Watch in…   Read Story »
If circa-2012 indie rock bands are never gonna survive unless they get a little crazy. Or in any case, maybe that's why London churners 2:54, one of Stereogum's 40 best new bands of 2012, have…   Read Story »
When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to select the rising bands which have connected them, someone wrote a long time ago. Or, something close to that. Here's what…   Read Story »
In their video for "Sugar," the British throb-rock BTW 2:54 play in the sort of glamorous club full of impossibly good-looking and put-together people grind up on each other and nobody seems to be…   Read Story »
Today, British BTW 2:54 finally release their self-titled debut album, and they've also given us a video for their murky, evocative alt-rock churn "Creeping." Fittingly enough, the clip shows the…   Read Story »
Name: 2:54 Progress Report: Colette Thurlow -- one half of British sister duo 2:54 -- talks about the making of the band’s forthcoming full-length debut. British duo 2:54 -- the BTW comprised…   Read Story »
The churn-rocking British BTW 2:54 will release their self-titled debut album soon, and we've already heard the tracks "You're Early" and "Creeping." Now here's the swirling-but-pounding "The March,"…   Read Story »