Wild Strawberries

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Canadian husband/wife duo (both doctors) have been creating moody, introspective, lush indie pop since the 1990s.
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Doctors by day, the husband-and-wife duo of Ken and Roberta Carter-Harrison formed a pop band called the Wild Strawberries to engage their spare time. The duo debuted in 1993 with a self-produced EP and released Bet You Think I'm Lonely in 1994. The single "Life-Sized Marilyn Monroe" gained airplay on Canadian radio, prompting Nettwerk Records to sign the Wild Strawberries. A second album, Heroine, appeared in 1996, followed two years later by Quiver.