Album: Beat Pyramid (2008)

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  • These New Puritans lead singer and songwriter Jack Barnett explained: "'Elvis' is a pop song, and we’re releasing it because we can be a pop group. It's just funny; we're not new-rave. There are many things that could offend me more."
  • The band also features Jack's twin brother George Barnett on drums, Thomas Hein on bass and sampler and Sophie Sleigh-Johnson on keyboards. They formed in Southend-on-Sea, England in 2006. >>
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