Allo Darlin’ were formed after Australian Elizabeth Morris arrived in London and bought a ukulele from the Duke of Uke shop in Shoreditch. She began writing music and was soon joined by fellow Australian Bill Botting (bass), Paul Rains (guitar), and Michael Collins (drums). Their debut album attracted many plaudits including being named No. 2 record of the year by online retailer eMusic, and a glowing 1,200 word essay by Robert Forster of The Go-Betweens in the Australian critical magazine, The Monthly. Their releases to date, along with their joyous and effervescent live shows, have seen them build an intensely loyal and ever-increasing fanbase.

Allo Darlin' shares video for "Bright Eyes," Their LP 'We Come From The Same Place'

Allo Darlin’ shares video for “Bright Eyes”

Allo Darlin’ just released their new album We Come From the Same Place and are currently on tour in the US. The third full-length recording from Anglo-Australian four-piece. The album combines the eagerness, urgency and immediacy of their 2010 self-titled debut with the contemplation, sophistication and ambition of their 2012 follow-up Europe, and yet it goes beyond either both sonically:

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Review of Allo Darlin' Album 'We Come From The Same Place' by Doug Bleggi, out October 7 on Slumberland Records,
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Review Of New Album From Allo Darlin’

There will always be a place for schoolyard indie pop. On Allo Darlin’s third album We Come From the Same Place the London band do justice to their bookish forefathers Belle and Sebastian and Camera Obscura, with a collection of soft, punchy, and delightful ditties. More insulated than its predecessorEurope, We Come From the Same Place has a more live-in-the-studio vibe:

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Allo Darlin' shares second single from forthcoming LP, launches North American tour next month

Allo Darlin’ shares “Bright Eyes” from New LP

Allo Darlin’ are set to release their eagerly awaited new album We Come From the Same Place this October. The third full-length recording. Allo Darlin’ were formed after Australian Elizabeth Morris arrived in London and bought a ukulele from the Duke of Uke shop in Shoreditch. She began writing music:

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