Grebo | Don't Just Do Something Stand There

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Don't Just Do Something Stand There

by Grebo

An alchemical crystallization of pop punk, British pop, and American power pop. Think The Ataris, Midtown, King Prawn, Nerf Herder, Leatherface, Fabulous Disaster
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Move On
3:48 album only
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2. Six of One
2:41 album only
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3. Things Have Changed
2:53 album only
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4. Sleep
4:23 album only
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5. Every Word
3:26 album only
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6. Wasted Attempts
2:29 album only
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7. On Your Own
3:37 album only
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8. Sinking In
2:46 album only
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9. Agree to Disagree
3:39 album only
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10. Never Alone
4:44 album only

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Album Notes
Imported from the UK

Grebo formed in September 1999, when Ben (Guitar, vocals), Joe 90 (Bass) and Blake (Drums) met up on their first day of college. After playing shows in and around Bristol for a year, the guys headed into the Whitehouse Studio to record the Grebo EP. After building up a loyal local fanbase, and a reputation as one of Bristol's most high-energy live acts, the band played their first tour off the back of the EP, supporting Californian Pop Punks "The Ataris" in May 2001.

After a successful summer that saw Grebo secure a slot at Reading Festival, the band headed into the Studio once again to record a brand new 5-track EP entitled "Nothing New". A sold out release party at Bristol's Fleece and Firkin proceeded a tour of the North in January 2002.


With support slots including The Ataris, Midtown, King Prawn, Nerf Herder, Leatherface, Fabulous Disaster and Leftover Crack under their belts, the band will be doing a headline tour of the UK this summer.

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