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Cranes

About Cranes

Although they swear they weren't a goth band by any means, English band Cranes drew flocks of fans who often arrived to live shows wearing dark capes, black accessories and adorned with white pancake foundation. With their droning guitars, Joy Division-inspired bass riffs and wistful female singer Alison Shaw, the band's sound was much closer to that of shoegazing acts such as Slowdive or dream pop contemporaries Cocteau Twins.

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Cranes

Although they swear they weren't a goth band by any means, English band Cranes drew flocks of fans who often arrived to live shows wearing dark capes, black accessories and adorned with white pancake foundation. With their droning guitars, Joy Division-inspired bass riffs and wistful female singer Alison Shaw, the band's sound was much closer to that of shoegazing acts such as Slowdive or dream pop contemporaries Cocteau Twins.

About Cranes

Although they swear they weren't a goth band by any means, English band Cranes drew flocks of fans who often arrived to live shows wearing dark capes, black accessories and adorned with white pancake foundation. With their droning guitars, Joy Division-inspired bass riffs and wistful female singer Alison Shaw, the band's sound was much closer to that of shoegazing acts such as Slowdive or dream pop contemporaries Cocteau Twins.

About Cranes

Although they swear they weren't a goth band by any means, English band Cranes drew flocks of fans who often arrived to live shows wearing dark capes, black accessories and adorned with white pancake foundation. With their droning guitars, Joy Division-inspired bass riffs and wistful female singer Alison Shaw, the band's sound was much closer to that of shoegazing acts such as Slowdive or dream pop contemporaries Cocteau Twins.