The Tellers

The Tellers

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Name = The Tellers

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Origin = Wallonia, Belgium
Genre = Pop rock
Years_active = 2005 - present
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Current_members = lead singer, guitar Ben Bailleux-Beynon

guitar, piano, bass, harmonica Charles Blistin

bass François Gustin

drums Kenley Dratwa
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The Tellers are a pop rock group from Belgium.

The group consists of drummer Kenley Dratwa, bassist François Gustin and Charles Blistin and Ben Baillieux-Beynon. The band take their inspiration from the Kinks, the Libertines and from Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens.

Although the band only emerged recently, (having released two albums), the group has achieved fame in Belgium, where their album "Hands full of ink" reached 7th in the charts. They have also had success in Germany, the Netherlands and most recently in France in part due to advertising for Canon .

The song "More" was included in the soundtrack of Electronic Arts' game FIFA 08 and was featured in an ANZ Bank advertisement in Australia.

They recorded their EP in the studio of 62TV Records (home of Girls in Hawaii).



More (2006)
# More
# Girls of Russia
# Second Category
# I Lie
# Jacknife
# Turn Back Around
# This World

Hands full of ink (2007 )
# Die With Me / If I Say
# More
# Want You Back
# Penny
# Confess
# Darkest Door
# Prince Charly
# Too Doo
# Hugo
# He Gets High
# A Bit Of Glue
# Second Category
# Memory
# Holiness / Saintete
# Me Boy
# Another Coin For...


* 2006 : "More"
* 2006 : "Second Category"
* 2007 : "Hugo"


* [ Official website]
* [ MySpace site]

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