The Bluetones filled the gap that the Stone Roses left behind, providing graceful but muscular guitar pop with slightly psychedelic overtones. They appeared during the waning days of Brit-pop, which guaranteed them a considerable amount of press coverage that helped their debut...
|Styles:||British Trad Rock, Britpop, Indie Pop|
Additional information - releases number
|Blur ||Oasis ||Paul Weller ||Ocean Colour Scene |
|Kula Shaker ||Embrace ||Dodgy ||Supergrass |
|Black Grape ||The Seahorses |