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Title: Aereogramme  
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Language: English
Subject: Seclusion (Aereogramme album), In the Fishtank 14, My Heart Has a Wish That You Would Not Go, Martin Doherty (musician), Chemikal Underground
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Origin Glasgow, Scotland
Genres Alternative rock, post-rock
Years active 1998–2007
Labels Chemikal Underground
Sonic Unyon
Associated acts The Unwinding Hours
The Twilight Sad
Past members Craig B.
Iain Cook
Campbell McNeil
Martin Scott

Aereogramme were a Scottish alternative rock band from Glasgow, consisting of Craig B. (vocals, guitar), Iain Cook (guitar, programming), Campbell McNeil (bass) and Martin Scott (drums). Prior to their split in 2007, the band released four studio albums.


  • Biography 1
    • Post-Aereogramme 1.1
  • Members 2
  • Discography 3
    • Albums 3.1
    • Singles and EPs 3.2
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Formed in April 1998, the band released two 7" singles in 1999 before signing to Chemikal Underground in early 2000, at which point they recorded two EPs before releasing their first full-length, A Story in White, in 2001. Sleep and Release followed in 2003 but the band moved to Undergroove Records soon after for their third official release, Seclusion. However, the group re-signed to Chemikal Underground in August 2006.

Their fourth album, My Heart Has a Wish That You Would Not Go was released in Europe and the United States on 29 January 2007 and in Japan on 14 October 2006, taking its title from the novel The Exorcist. In a recent interview, singer Craig B. revealed the long delay between releases was partly due to losing his singing voice for six months. "We didn’t know if it was going to continue so everybody went their separate ways waiting for my voice to come back. I went to see a throat doctor and he told me to eat yogurt which I did and it did absolutely nothing. The only thing that made any difference was time 'cause I'd spent the previous couple of years screaming every single night and whisky and smoking and that was just a horrible combination. I think my body just said stop."[1]

On 11 May 2007, in a message board post, Aereogramme announced they were to disband:

The band played their last ever show at the Connect Festival in Inverary, Scotland on 31 August 2007.


Iain Cook and Craig B. have since formed another band, The Unwinding Hours, and released a new album on 15 February 2010. Cook also formed in 2011 a new band Chvrches together with Martin Doherty and Lauren Mayberry, as well as recording, mixing and mastering fellow Scottish indie rock band The Twilight Sad's 2008 mini-album Here, It Never Snowed. Afterwards It Did. Bassist Campbell McNeil also plays on the same album's opening track "And She Would Darken the Memory". Martin Scott is currently working with Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro as tour manager and Campbell McNeil is working in the same capacity with The Temper Trap and Chvrches.




Singles and EPs


  1. ^ "Aereogramme Return After A Four Year Hiatus".  

External links

  • Official website
  • Official MySpace profile
  • Chemikal Underground Records
  • Undergroove Records
  • wenn's rockt! WebTVVideo interview and 3 live videos at
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