The Montrose Avenue The Montrose Avenue
UK five-piece the Montrose Avenue arrived at the tail-end of Britpop with a seventies California harmony sound that prefigured later, more commercially successful records by bands like The Thrills. Despite some airplay and a top 40 placing for their "Where Do I Stand" single, Thirty Days Out proved to be their only LP release. The Montrose Avenue featured ex-Menswear member (and current 6 Music presenter) Matt Everett on drums.

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