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British India

by Paul Cashmere on May 13, 2013

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Legend has it that Melbourne band British India took their name from the b-side of a Strawberry Alarm Clock single in the 60s. They told Noise11 that they made that story up.

British India formed in 2004 and have had the right amount of direction from the right people, such as Easybeats’ legend Harry Vanda, to mentor them to where they are today with their 4th ‘Controller’.

Nick Wilson and Declan Melia of British India dropped into Noise11 to perform songs from  ‘Controller’.

Songs-
I Can Make You Love Me
Summer Forgive Me
Beneath The Satellite

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