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NiteVisions in The Sun
Posted at 11:52 PM, 27 September 2009 -

NiteVisions recently played to a packed crowd at London's Water Rats venue. Here's what The Sun wrote about the gig:
«HYPE is building for Eighties-style electro duo NiteVisions.
JAMES TAYLOR and ANDY TAYLOR played at London's Water Rats watched by record bosses and FRANZ FERDINAND frontman ALEX KAPRANOS.
NiteVisions are produced by the Xenomania team behind GIRLS ALOUD's hits, the last PET SHOP BOYS album and current hit duo MINI VIVA.
Expect them in the charts soon.»
NiteVisions is the project of Andy Taylor Jr. and James Taylor (sons of Duran Duran members Andy Taylor and Roger Taylor, etc.) They started playing together as The Electric City and formed NiteVisions in 2009. The London-based duo blends the dark pop qualities of Depeche Mode with the retro rock of David Bowie and a touch of New Order. They are currently in the studio working with Xenomania.

Listen to a clip of NiteVisions' "Fire":



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