The Guardian provides an intimate look into the life of one of Britain’s most popular, yet least famous, bands:

They are Alt-J, and by almost all accounts they are the most successful new British band of the year. Their album went top 20, the single is all over the radio and they are now odds-on favourite to win the Mercury music prize, even though nominations are a week away from being announced.

Yet while most British bands spend years slogging through magazine interviews, starting fake tiffs with other bands for column inches and touring the nation’s Barflys in hope of some elusive buzz, Alt-J have somehow managed to find success without fame.

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