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Style Hard Rock

The Glitterati are an English hard rock band from Leeds, and now primarily based in London, England. The band are currently signed with DR2 Records/Global Music.

In 2004 the band released an EP called “Here Comes a Close Up”. Limited to a certain amount of copies it was not eligible for the UK Singles Chart, but did manage to sell all its limited edition units.

The band released their debut album The Glitterati on the 25 April 2005. The album was produced by Mike Clink, who previously worked with Guns N’ Roses (Appetite for Destruction and Use Your Illusion I and II) and Metallica. The album was recorded in a recording studio in Los Angeles. This was followed by the extensive ‘Back In Power’ tour of the UK. In early 2005 the band broke into the Top 40 of the UK Singles Chart with their single “You Got Nothing On Me”. Their next single, “Heartbreaker”, also entered the UK Top 50.

Over the summer of 2005, The Glitterati played some festivals in the United Kingdom such as T in the Park and Download Festival at Donington Park. This earned the band a significant fanbase across the country. The band also were the support band to Avril Lavigne in 2005 during here Bonez Tour

In 2009, The Glitterati recorded their second album with the record producer, Matt Hyde (also known for his work with Gallows, Acroama, Trivium and Slipknot). In September 2009, The Glitterati signed a worldwide record deal with DR2 Records/Global a subdivision of Demolition Records. In November 2009, the band released “Fight Fight Fight” as a free download single.

In May 2010 the Glitterati released Are You One Of Us? to strong reviews in the UK music press including a 4/5 album review in The Sun. In June 2010, they released the single, “Overnight Superstar”.

– The Glitterati [2005]
– Are You One Of Us? [2010]


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