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MY LATEST NOVEL are an astonishing Scottish five-piece whose gorgeous songs are complemented by violins, xylophones and undulating percussion. Bohemian harbingers of breezy folk melodies and brilliant pop theatrics, My Latest Novel are rapidly winning fans on both sides of the Atlantic with their effervescent, magical music.

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MY LATEST NOVEL are an astonishing Scottish five-piece whose gorgeous songs are complemented by violins, xylophones and undulating percussion. Bohemian harbingers of breezy folk melodies and brilliant pop theatrics, My Latest Novel are rapidly winning fans on both sides of the Atlantic with their effervescent, magical music. In the eight months since securing a slot at Manchester's In The City music conference, the band have recorded sessions for XFM, supported Smog, British Sea Power, the Pixies and The Dears, and recently signed a deal with Bella Union records. My Latest Novel have created an album of beautiful folky pop moments mixed with dark and noisy post-rock songs that command attention. My Latest Novel have crafted what must surely come to be regarded as one of the most singularly unique debuts of 2006 as well as one of its greatest releases. "If they were not hell-bent on taking risks these Scots could easily settle on being a replacement Belle & Sebastian given their ramshackle Velvets sweetness, guitar-violin axis and boy girl harmonies" - Mojo