From Studio 4B: The Noisettes Raw, energetic rock 'n' roll at its finest. The London group paid a visit to NPR studios for an interview and in-house performance as Tell Me More's "Next Big Thing."
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From Studio 4B: The Noisettes

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From Studio 4B: The Noisettes

From Studio 4B: The Noisettes

From Studio 4B: The Noisettes

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Listen to Tracks from the CD:

'Don't Give Up'

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'Scratch Your Name'

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'Sister Rosetta'

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Jamie Morrison (from left), Shingai Shoniwa and Dan Smith visit Tell Me More in NPR's studio 4B. Lee Hill, NPR hide caption

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Raw, energetic rock 'n' roll at its finest. The London group paid a visit to NPR studios for an interview and in-house performance as Tell Me More's Next Big Thing. On their first U.S. tour, they also talk about creating the band, its unique look and sound and where they get their inspiration.

The new album is "What's the Time Mr. Wolf?"

The lead singer and bassist is Shingai Shoniwa. Dan Smith is on guitar and vocals, with Jamie Morrison on drums.