About Noisettes

London indie trio the Noisettes formed after meeting in the singularly unlikely surroundings of an audition for a TV game show. After the release of a well-received EP, THE THREE MOODS OF THE NOISETTES, and some spectacular gigs, they were snapped up by Universal, who revived the defunct imprint Vertigo for the band. Singles "Don't Give Up" and "Sister Rosetta" were supported by extensive touring--including opening slots with Babyshambles and Bloc Party--before the release of their debut full-length, WHAT'S THE TIME MR. WOLF, in 2007. Singer Shingai also contributed vocals to the Guillemots single "Made Up Love Song #43".

London, England