Fenech-Soler are brothers Ben and Ross Duffy, Dan Fenech-Soler and Andrew Lindsay. At Glastonbury 2011 Fenech-Soler were at the height of their tremendously successful debut. The band had been discovered by Daft Punk collaborator Alan Braxe, and featured on a Maison Kitsune compilation leading to their Warner Bros signing. They had sold out tours, had their singles playlisted at BBC1 and were riding the tidal wave of indie-commercial crossover success. As they looked out at the thousands of festival-goers singing along, they faced what was an uncertain and terrifying future when lead singer Ben Duffy was diagnosed with cancer. Many months and several treatments later, Duffy received a clean bill of health and the band are ready to make their mark in the US.
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