The three-piece of Malcolm Bauld, Anne Gauthier, and Philippe Tremblay have been otherwise known as the Frenetics to their native surroundings of Montreal, Quebec. With their mixture of harmonic power pop and late '70s British punk that looks up to the likes of the Clash, Elvis Costello, and the Buzzcocks, Grenadine Records eventually released the bands debut full-length Scenery EP in 2000. These Mistakes Took Years of Practice marked the band's first album for the The Union Label Group imprint, Union 2112, in 2003. Grey Veins to the Parking Lot appeared the following year as The Frenetics shared show dates with Operation Makeout and Sixty Stories.
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