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Fur Patrol

Pop/rock band Fur Patrol first appeared on Aotearoa's recording scene in 1998 with the EP Starlifter. Though the EP got the four-piece some notice, it was their debut album Pet that really got the ball rolling. The striking hit single 'Lydia' was the most played song on New Zealand radio that year, and the band finished the year with four New Zealand Music Awards. A shift to Australia followed, and in 2003 they recorded second album Collider in Melbourne. The band split in 2008, before briefly reuniting to support British band Swervedriver in 2016. Now a solo artist, front woman Julia Deans released her first album Modern Fables in 2010.