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Blues Pills is an International quartet (Sweden, France, USA) playing an energetic late 60s / early 70s style hard blues-rock fronted by singer Elin Larsson. The band was formed in 2011 by half-brothers Zack Anderson (bass) and Cory Berry (drums), formerly of Radio Moscow, when they met Larsson. After recording a few demos, they met Dorian Sorriaux (guitar), who joined the band, and it was this lineup that recorded their debut album. Berry subsequently departed and was replaced by André Kvarnström. The band is based in Örebro, Sweden.
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Blues Pills — Lady in Gold Blues Pills — Lady in Gold
(Nuclear Blast NB 3475-2, 2016, CD)
Blues Pills — Live Blues Pills — Live
(Nuclear Blast NB 3497-0, 2015, CD)
Blues Pills — Blues Pills Blues Pills — Blues Pills
(Nuclear Blast 3191-0, 2014, CD+DVD)

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