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About Bloc Party
Bloc Party was formed by Orkeke and Lissakk in 1999 during the Reading Festival. Moakes and Tong joined later in response to Orkeke and Lissakk’s quest for band members.

Silent Alarm, the debut album was released in early 2005. The album received highly positive reviews internationally, was critically acclaimed as well as commercially successful. Silent Alarm was named album of the year by NME, Indie Album of the Year by PLUG Awards 2006, and was a certified platinum selling album in the UK. So Here we Are/Positive Tension, the first single from Silent Alarm made it to UK Top ten. The following tracks like Banquet and Helicopter made top 20. Bloc Party toured the US in support of Silent Alarm, which had received good reviews to begin with. Chemical brothers, a well known electronic group collaborated with Orkeke on Believe on their album Push Button. The band released a remixed version of Silent Alarm featuring remixes by Death From Above, Ladytron, M83 etc.

A Weekend In The City, the second album leaked in November 2006 but was officially released in February 2007. The album reached number 2 on UK Album Charts, as well on Australian and Belgian Charts. It made it number 12 on Billboard 200. The Prayer from A Weekend In The City became the band’s highest charting single in the UK, making it to number 4 on UK Singles Charts. In America, another single I Still Remember became the band’s highest charting single, reaching number 24 on the Modern Rock Chart.

Intimacy was released around October 2008, featuring singles like Trojan Horse, Signs and One Month Off. The band toured America following the release of Intimacy. Bloc Party announced they would embark on a UK tour, for the first time since December 2007. The tour is stated to begin in October and is titled Bloctober. In May, Bloc Party released a remixed version of Intimacy, entitled Intimacy remixed.
Bloc Party are known to have a varied sound over the course of their musical career. Their music is said to be inspired by Joy Division, Suede, The Cure, Blur, Radiohead, and The Smiths. It is thought that while Silent Alarm was loosely based on Moake’s musical influences, A Weekend In The City was Lissakk’s preferred sound, and Intimacy featured Tong’s choice of musical styles. If this is to be believed, the band’s fourth album is set to rely heavily on Orkeke’s inspirations.

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