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English rock band
TV Priest are an English rock band formed in London in 2019. The band consists of Charlie Drinkwater (vocals), Nic Bueth (bass and keyboard), Alex Sprogis (guitar), Ed Kelland (drums).
They signed to Sub Pop after only having played one gig in an industrial freezer in November 2019, with other concerts cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Their debut album, Uppers, was released on 5 February 2021 by Sub Pop. On the 17 June 2022, their second album My Other People was released by Sub Pop.
The band's music style has been associated with punk rock and related genre post-punk.
- Charlie Drinkwater – vocals
- Alex Sprogis – guitar
- Nic Bueth – bass and keyboards
- Ed Kelland – drums
- Uppers (2021, Sub Pop)
- My Other People (2022, Sub Pop)
- "Live in Seattle" (2022, Hand in Hive)
- "House of York" (2020, Hand in Hive)
- "Runner Up" (2020, Hand in Hive)
- "This Island" (2020, Sub Pop)
- "Slideshow" (2020, Sub Pop)
- "Decoration" (2020, Sub Pop)
- "Press Gang" (2021, Sub Pop)
- "Lifesize" (2021, Sub Pop)
- "One Easy Thing" (2022, Sub Pop)
- "Bury Me in My Shoes" (2022, Sub Pop)
- "Limehouse Cut" (2022, Sub Pop)
- "It Was Beautiful" (2022, Sup Pop)
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- ^ Records, Sub Pop. "TV Priest's My Other People: The Group's New Album Will Be Available Worldwide From Sub Pop On June 17th, 2022". Sub Pop Records. Retrieved 5 April 2022.
- ^ "TV Priest – 'Uppers' review: tried and tested post-punk fused with swirling psych | NME". NME. 4 February 2021. Retrieved 9 February 2021.