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The inventive, tweed-wearing, post-punk folk-proggers make a welcome return. They've had little mainstream success since their full-length debut 'Voices of Animals and Men' came out in 2006 – but who cares when you've got Kickstarter? The band self-funded their new album 'Sick Octave', which is sounding synthy and weird and should feature heavily in tonight's set list.