Which bands are considered post-Britpop?

Which bands are considered post-Britpop?

Bands in the post-Britpop era that had been established acts, but gained greater prominence after the decline of Britpop, such as Radiohead and the Verve, and new acts such as Travis, Stereophonics, Feeder, Toploader and particularly Coldplay, achieved much wider international success than most of the Britpop groups …

Is Coldplay post-Britpop?

Coldplay, the most commercially successful post-Britpop band, on stage in 2017. Their first three albums – Parachutes (2000), A Rush of Blood to the Head (2002) and X&Y (2005) – are among the best-selling albums in UK chart history.

What ended Britpop?

A series of things in 1997 ended Britpop, musically speaking. Even as Urban Hymns was winning Best Album polls and prizes that year, it felt like a bit of a throwback.

Is Radiohead Britpop?

Radiohead were never a Britpop band, but on The Bends, they became the vent through which its subconscious fumed.

What is the post Britpop era?

Many bands in the post-Britpop era avoided the Britpop label while still producing music derived from it. The music of most bands was guitar based, often mixing elements of British traditional rock, particularly the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Small Faces, with American influences.

Do you consider post-Britpop bands to have revitalised rock music?

Bands in the post-Britpop era have been credited with revitalising the British rock music scene in the late 1990s and 2000s, and of reaping the commercial benefits opened up by Britpop.

What makes Britpop so popular?

Although the movement originated in the U.K. indie scene, Britpop was unabashedly commercial – its bands prized big, shiny, catchy hooks, as well as the glamour of mainstream pop stardom and the sense that they were creating the soundtrack to the lives of a new generation of British youth.

Who was the first Britpop band?

The Stone Roses’ effortless pop hooks and rock-star attitude were the most important part of the foundation, but the true founding fathers of Britpop were Suede. Released in 1993, their self-titled debut became an unexpected smash with its fusion of glam-rock majesty and Smiths introspection.