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Despite having been together for under a year, Pittsburgh duo Nic Snyder and Josh Sickels have already made waves in the UK this year with their band 1,2,3, and now have just signed to Frenchkiss Records. They received rave reviews for a string of live UK shows in May, including The Great Escape festival & Club NME, which were closely followed by the release of their critically acclaimed Chess Club debut 7” ‘Going Away Party’, that received multiple Radio 1 plays from Zane Lowe and Fearne Cotton. Chess Club is also set to release the band’s new single, ‘Little Cure’, on October 25.
The band are all set to begin work on their debut album with Nicolas Vernhes, due to be recorded in New York City this autumn. Between recording sessions the band will be squeezing in shows at CMJ in October including a very special gig at the Chess Club / Neon Gold party.
1, 2, 3 consists of long time friends Nic Snyder (vox, guitar & keys) and Josh Sickels (drums). Snyder grew up inspired by a steady diet of Mercury-era Rod Stewart, Neil Young, Bacharach and his all-time favourite, Roy Orbison, but he was lured into writing his own music by his father. A collector of punk 7’s back in the seventies, his dad was also a piano player in Pittsburgh’s monolithic Iron City Houserockers, probably the biggest band to come out of the Three Rivers area in the 1970/80′s. Surrounded by photos of his dad on stage with Springsteen and B.B. King, Snyder was inevitably influenced by Blues and Motown as well.

**Bio courtesy of FrenchkissRecords.com**
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1,2,3 "Machine"
Album: 1,2,3
Genres: Alternative, Rock
Moods: Funky, Happy, Light-hearted, Lively, Relaxed
1,2,3 "Can't Bribe God (Original Instrumental)"
Album: Confetti
Genres: Alternative, Indie Rock, Rock
Moods: Chill, Melancholic, Mellow, Sentimental, Fun
Instrumental: Yes
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