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Teenage Fanclub

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Inspired by the classic Glasgow label Postcard Records which released bands such as Orange Juice, Aztec Camera and Josef K, Teenage Fanclub crafted indie rock from bubblegum pop hooks and dreamy 1960s melodies. As the C86 scene helped to re-launch jangly, British guitar groups, the lads came together in 1986 from short-lived former bands Boy Hairdressers and BMX Bandits to earn a contract with Creation Records and release debut album A Catholic Education (1990). Third album Bandwagonesque (1991) stands as the band's finest moment, laying a template for Britpop's melodic swagger and being named by Spin Magazine as the album of the year ahead of Nirvana's Nevermind. It didn't bother Kurt Cobain much, who regularly referred to the group as the ‘best band in the world’ and they went on to release two Top 10 albums, Grand Prix (1995) and Songs from Northern Britain (1997) and score a small hit with the single “Ain't That Enough”. The band’s line-up has changed a few times over the years, but the core of the line-up – Norman Blake, Raymond McGinley, and Gerard Love – remained intact until 2018. However, Gerard Love quit the band in 2018 and was replaced by former Gorkys Zygotic Mynci leader Euros Child the following year. The quintet was rounded out by drummer Francis McDonald and bassist Dave McGowan. This line-up recorded the band’s 11th studio album, Endless Arcade, which was released in April 2021. Over the years, Teenage Fanclub has become one of Scotland's most loved cult acts, counting Liam Gallagher, Michael Stipe and Thom Yorke as fans.