Archive: Kings Of The False Foundation 2016

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2016 sees Archive celebrating their 22th year with a new self-produced studio album, The False Foundation. They have teamed up with legendary music photographer David Levine, who has been involved in the visuals for the project False Foundation from the beginning. This digital fan book is the result of that partnership. Featuring exclusive material including stills, videos, and interviews, it’s the must have, visual record of the road trip from this year's European Tour.
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Archive is a group based in London, England, whose music spans electronic, trip-hop, avant-garde, post-rock and progressive rock. Over their twenty-year history, the band has released ten studio albums and enjoy great success throughout Europe.

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19sixty.com
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401
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9780992638917
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English
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Photography / General
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