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  1. The Spook School are a 4 piece band from Edinburgh, Scotland consisting of brothers Nye and Adam Todd, Anna Cory and Niall McCamley. The band formed in , when they met at the University of.
  2. The Spook School are a four piece band from Edinburgh, Scotland. The name is a reference to a school in Glasgow. They met whilst attending the University of Edinburgh. Most of the band had previously been involved in live comedy shows, some of which were .
  3. C To binary identities and binary ideals Like switching on or switching off G choosing a bow-tie or high-heels [Chorus] C G But the world tells us 01 01 01 01 01 C G No we are not 01 01 01 01 01 C G Body or head not 01 01 01 01 01 C G Capacity for love not 01 01 01 01 01 [Verse] G C So let it be complicated and hard to understand You know they.
  4. The Spook School tabs, chords, guitar, bass, ukulele chords, power tabs and guitar pro tabs including binary, august 17th, burn masculinity, gone home, i want to kiss you.
  5. The Spook School were a British four-piece indie pop band from Edinburgh, Scotland. The name is a reference to the Glasgow School. The band's lyrics explore "gender, sexuality and queer issues" with themes such as "fluidity and the lack of a binary in gender". Their music is often compared to bands on the C86 compilation, such as The Shop Assistants, as well as The Buzzcocks; the band also lists .
  6. Oct 09,  · Penultimate track from The Spook School’s album “Try To Be Hopeful”. Here, the band celebrate non-binary gender identities and encourage self-expression outside the gender binary .
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Binary - The Spook School on AllMusic -
  8. Try to be Hopeful by The Spook School, released 09 October 1. Burn Masculinity 2. Richard and Judy 3. Friday Night 4. Speak When You're Spoken To 5. August 17th 6. Everybody Needs To Be In Love 7. Vicious Machine 8. I Want To Kiss You 9. Books and hooks and Movements Binary .
  9. “Binary” is the new single from DIY-punk-pop quartet The Spook School, takenTry To Be Hopeful, out on now via Fortuna POP! A triumphant queer pop song, exploring gender and identity, "Binary" bursts with noisy energy and a maddeningly catchy tune that you just want to sing over and over, blending together influences ranging from Buzzcocks, to T-Rex and the noisier end of C

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