Gavin Dunbar (bass), and guitarist David abandoned the crew, and was later replaced by Lindsay Boyd joined the band not long after, defining the band as a six-piece. In 2002, after being referred as one of the promising bands of the year 2001 on David started playing together. They went on to release a number of singles, one of them including the contribution of Hailing from Glasgow, Scotland, Camera Obscura relies on a six-piece team of musicians to reveal a luminous and glistening vision of indie pop. The group first formed in 1996, when Tracyanne Campbell (vocals), John Henderson, Richard Colburn, Belle & Sebastian's drummer. Three years after the band's first releases, Lee Thompson joined the band as a permanent drummer while Kenny McKeeve. Keyboardist John Peel's play list, Camera Obscura presented their first full-length, Biggest Bluest Hi-Fi through the AndMoreSound records catalog, with production help from Belle & Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch. ~ Mario Mesquita Borges
Camera Obscura was one album that I picked up based only on reccomendation. Stuart Murdoch, although, is enough for me. While some say that C.O. is just capitalizing on a genre that Belle & Sebastian made, I believe that C.Obscura is a genius effort in its own sense. Truly remarkable music.
Camera Obscura - "Let's Get Out Of This Country"
Thanks to The Toolshed for the drop.