The Ting Tings: 'People think we're anti-label'

Tom Pakinkis

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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