The Diggers

The Diggers

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The Diggers are a post-Brit-pop power-pop band distinguished by their low-key approach. Where their contemporaries played fast-and-loose, they were soft and gentle, which limited the audience for their 1997 debut album, Mount Everest. Formed in Scotland in the early '90s, the Diggers consissted of Chris Miezitis (vocals, guitar), Alan Moffat (vocals, bass), John Eslick (guitar) and Hank Ross (drums). Miezitis and Moffat had been friends since they attended school in Methill tog... Read more

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