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Shy Child

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The duo was formed in New York in the summer of 2000, Cafarella and Smith having previously played together in the band El Guapo (Cafarella continuing with the band when they became Supersystem). Shy Child played around New York for years, releasing their first album Please Consider Our Time in 2002 on a small Montreal label, Grenadine Records, and released their next album One With the Sun on local NYC label Say Hey Records in 2004. Both albums were also released in Japan on Tokyo’s Romz Record, and the band did a short tour of Japan in 2004. In 2006, Shy Child began playing steadily in the UK, and they also started working on their next album with producers Chris Zane and Paul Epworth. In the summer of 2006, they signed with UK label Wall of Sound. A U.S. tour supporting Hot Chip followed in the fall.

In early 2007, Shy Child released the singles “Drop the Phone” and “Noise Won’t Stop” in the UK. They supported Klaxons on their tour of England in May, the same month that they released their album Noise Won’t Stop. The band toured extensively in the UK and Europe in the summer of 2007, playing at Barcelona Acció Musical, the London’s O2 Wireless Festival, the Reading and Leeds Festivals, and Bestival, among others. They also supported Muse at Wembley Stadium on June 17, 2007, becoming the first American act to play the new Wembley Stadium.

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