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Youth Group








Hometown: Sydney (Australia)

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Youth Group has its roots in the Canberra indie rock scene, the group was formed in the late nineties by Narrabundah College school friends Paul Murphy, Toby Martin and Andy Cassell. The fourth founding member, Danny Lee Allen, however never lived in Canberra, instead growing up in Maroubra and then Coogee in Sydney, meeting Paul through attending Marcellin College in Randwick. Andy Cassell being one of three partners in the Ivy League / Winterman & Goldstein group of companies. Of the original members only Toby Martin (vocals/guitar) and Danny Allen (drums) remain. After various configurations, including the temporary membership of versatile Sydney musician, John Lattin of La Huva, the current lineup was finalised in 2004 through the addition of Cameron Emerson–Elliott on guitar (previously a member of The John Reed Club) and former bassist of The Vines, Patrick Matthews.


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Youth Group Skeleton Jar

Youth Group

Skeleton Jar (2005)

Epitaph

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Youth Group tapped to support the Get Up Kids' fall tour
Australia's Youth Group have been tapped to support Get Up Kids on their forthcoming Fall tour. The band will join up with the Get Up Kids on September 15th. The band, who released one album - Skeleton Jar - on Epitaph Records, are supporting their third full length, The Night Is Ours.…
July 01, 2009
Media: Youth Group: "All This Will Pass"
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February 16, 2009
Media: Youth Group set to release new album in January
Australia's Youth Group have set a January 23rd, 2007 release date for the follow up to their Epitaph debut, Skeleton Jar. The record, titled Twilight Dogs is their second for the label and was produced by Wayne Connolly (The Vines, You Am I). It was recorded live-to-tape and made its debut in July in Australia. The band had a busy year…
September 20, 2006

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