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For over two decades, the British collective Belle and Sebastian has been synonymous with anthemic, handmade indie pop with depth and meaning. The Scottish band made its debut in 1996 with the album "Tigermilk." When Stuart Murdoch founded his indie pop band Belle & Sebastian in Glasgow 25 years ago, he wanted to offer young people from the streets a perspective. Now the Scottish musician looks back on a quarter of a century of band history and an unexpected career.

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Belle & Sebastian - consisting of Stuart Murdoch (vocals, guitar), Stevie Jackson (guitar), Chris Geddes (keyboard), Sarah Martin (vocals, violin), Dave McGowan (guitar, bass), Bobby Kildea (guitar, bass) and Richard Colburn (drums) celebrate enormous success beyond the borders of Scotland. In April 2022 Belle & Sebastian come on tour to Berlin

Belle & Sebastian achieved commercial success with their third studio album "The Boy With The Arab Strap". In the same year, they won the BRIT Award as best British band. More music awards followed, as their follow-up albums all achieved similar success in Europe, as well as in Australia and the USA, where the musicians:inside are praised by critics and celebrated by their fans. Stuart Murdoch has always shown a unique sense for melodies. Not only on record, but rather live on stage, the septet creates a unique atmosphere in this way.

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