After their 2008 debut album We Started Nothing sold over 600,000 units, The Ting Tings found themselves at the centre of stifling major label expectations.
The duo’s 2012 follow-up Sounds From Nowheresville floundered in comparison to their No.1 introduction, failing to break into the Top 20 on the Official Albums Charts.
It was a commercial stumble that both Jules De Martino and Katie White are now happy to talk about. Released on Columbia, with the band under Roc Nation ...
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