The Jane Bradfords

The Jane Bradfords

The Jane Bradfords are an indie band from Belfast, Northern Ireland, formed by Declan Gallen (vocals/guitar), Ted Caldwell (drums), and Johnny Farry (bass) in 2006. Their sound has drawn comparisons to Echo and the Bunnymen, New Order and The National. They have received critical acclaim from the media, including being crowned ‘God of the Pod’ in Huw Stephens best of unsigned 2006 on Radio 1 and recording a subsequent session in the famed Maida Vale studios. Radio 1’s ‘Introducing’ subsequently awarded the band with ‘Album of the Week’ for their 2008 self-titled debut LP. In early 2010 their music was used in advertising campaigns by Harp Lager and by Five for their Season 4 Grey's Anatomy trailer. In early 2011 their song "Strategy #2 (Fight Them All)" was used on trailers for The Mentalist as well as by Liverpool Football Club on their TV station LFC TV.

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Take Me Back