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Temples are an English rock band, formed in Kettering, Northamptonshire in 2012 by singer and guitarist James Bagshaw and bassist Tom Walmsley. The band's lineup was later completed with the addition of keyboardist and rhythm guitarist Adam Smith and drummer Samuel Toms, with Toms departing in early 2018. They have released two studio albums, two EPs, and a number of singles.
Volcano (Temples album). Volcano is the second studio album by English psychedelic rock band Temples, released on 3 March 2017 by Heavenly Records Temples member James Bagshaw described the album as being "a result of implementing a load of things that we didn't know about the first time around . .2 Critical reception.
The third era has arrived.
With their first album, Sun Structures, Temples tapped into the essence of what makes psychedelic pop so enchanting. they combined into an aural experience on par with the best psych pop. When it came time to record their second album, Volcano, the band made some changes.
Temples Volcano, released 03 March 2017 1. Certainty 2. All Join In 3. (I Want to Be Your) Mirror 4. Oh the Saviour 5. Born Into the Sunset 6. How Would You Like to Go? 7. Open Air 8. In My Pocket 9. Celebration 10. Mystery of Pop 11. Roman Godlike Man 12. Strange or Be Forgotten Temples’ 2014 debut ‘Sun Structures’ arrived with sky in its hair and the endorsements of Noel Gallagher and Johnny Marr ringing in its ears, putting the Kettering quartet at the forefront of an exciting new wave of British psych.
Temples member James Bagshaw described the album as being "a result of implementing a load of things that we didn't know about the first time around ".
List of all Temples tickets and tour dates for 2019. Temples have worked their way to this high point in a relatively short amount of time, making their achievements all the more impressive. Formed by the duo of frontman James Edward Bagshaw and bassist Thomas Edward James Walmsley in 2012, Temples originally started as a studio project however additional members were soon added as their popularity began to build. After releasing some home recordings onto Youtube, they began a partnership with Heavenly Recordings’ main man Jeff Barrett who went on to release the band’s debut single ‘Shelter Song’.