It was cool track so we bounced on it and did our thing. But after stints touring with Rock of Ages and his one-man Kurt Cobain cabaret show, plus the End of Fashion reunion shows, the talented singer-songwriter plans to unveil new experimental pop project Coco Blu. Retrieved 3 March The clip for O Yeah, which came eighth on the Triple J Hottest , saw the frontman strutting down a Sydney speedway surrounded by scantily clad models. However, the band members parted ways following the album's release, and Burford's focus shifted towards acting and solo music work.
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Archived from the original on 3 November Simon Collins The West Australian. The clip for O Yeah, which came eighth on the Triple J Hottestsaw the frontman strutting down a Sydney speedway surrounded by scantily clad models. Retrieved 18 August The album was independently produced and released, with the band writing the album over the period of one year.
Retrieved from " https: Archived from the original on 15 May Our Partners Starts at The West Digital Edition. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. During their Australian tour in support of EvermoreBurford announced that "Force of Habit" would be the fourth single taken from Book of Lies.
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Book of Lies After two years, Burford and Aravena split from The Sleepy Jackson to devote their full attention og a band they named "End of Fashion".
The West Network West Classifieds. Archived from the original on 29 January Archived from the original on 19 July Inthe band started work on its first recording, the four-track FashlonRough Diamondswith former Midnight Oil guitarist, Jim Moginieas producer.
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Burford attracted media attention in January when he identified Triple J as the primary reason for the band's demise, explaining: I want to break down the walls — within that context, that image, we can do anything we want no matter whether it's super cheesy or punkI want to kill fashion, see the end of it. This page was last edited on 16 Septemberat Pop fxshionpower pop. The band was originally formed as a side-project by guitarists Burford and Rodney Aravena, together with drummer Malcolm Clark and bassist Jonathon Dudman.
They got together fasion the end faashion and did some songwriting and "Dying for You" was the last song they had written. August Learn how and when to remove this template message. Power pop  garage rock  britpop .