Temper Trap

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  • The Temper Trap is currently working on their third studio album, set for release in 2014.
  • Kelly and The Temper Trap played at the post match concert.
  • A June 2013 media article revealed that the Temper Trap were continuing to work on their third studio album.
  • The Temper Trap received mixed reviews from critics.
  • "Trembling Hands" is a song written and performed by Australian indie rock band The Temper Trap.
  • "Love Lost" is the fourth single from the Australian indie rock band The Temper Trap from their debut album Conditions.
  • "Fader" is the third single from the Australian indie rock band The Temper Trap from their debut album Conditions.
  • The Temper Trap formed as an indie pop band in 2005.
  • The Temper Trap played as one of the opening bands for Coldplay during their Australia/New Zealand tour in November and December 2012.
  • The album marked the beginning of his working relationship with long term manager Danny Rogers - manager of Australian indie band The Temper Trap - whom he had first approached via email.
  • "Need Your Love" is the lead single from the Australian indie rock band The Temper Trap from their second studio album The Temper Trap.
  • The first signing to the newly relaunched label was Melbourne band The Temper Trap, who are also signed to Gudinksi's Australian label Liberation.
  • The band continued their busy live schedule as they played shows along the east coast of Australia with bands such as The Temper Trap, Dappled Cities, and The John Steel Singers.
  • The group was named "The Temper Trap" after Temper Temper, the trio's first choice, was rejected due to its use by a United States (US) band.
  • Several headline tours soon followed with supports from (the then lesser known) The Temper Trap, and New Zealanders, Batrider.
  • Faker has worked with several other artists since the release of his debut EP, including collaborations with Flume and remixes of songs by MS MR and The Temper Trap.
  • The Temper Trap rehearsed with a variety of second guitarists before Dundas recommended his former Wesley College schoolmate, Sillitto, on lead guitar.
  • They shared the stage with big international acts that included Grammy nominees Fun., British indie rock band Bloc Party, and Australian goliaths The Temper Trap, amongst others.
  • In August, The Temper Trap played on a balcony over London's Camden Lock, to promote the release of their next single "Science of Fear" on the online viral music show BalconyTV.
  • Martin Scott is currently working with Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro as tour manager and Campbell McNeil is working in the same capacity with The Temper Trap and Chvrches.
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