Then: Leaders of the scene, Klaxons were nu-rave headliners who drew crowds of glowstick-wielding fans despite lead singer Jamie Reynolds admitting the whole thing ‘started as an in-joke’. They won a Mercury Prize, Brit Awards and an Ivor Novello.
Now: The Klaxons went on to release three albums, the last being ‘Love Frequency’ in 2014. Jamie Reynolds was reportedly dating TV chef Gizzi Erskine for a while and keyboardist James Righton is married to Keira Knightley. Righton reportedly only earned £5,000 in 2014 after the Klaxons split, but is now releasing ambient electronic tracks under the name Shock Machine.