Writing songs that share more in common with the raw, direct delivery of pub rock than the disjointed, angular styles associated with the post-punk rage, Danny Saunders was spotted singing acoustic songs in Glasgow pubs by fellow guitarist Richard Wright. The two joined up and recorded a demo together, along with Life Without Buildings drummer Will Bradley, and when the demo was passed along to Domino Recordings, the label took interest. Unable to devote time to this group, Bradley left, and Domino recruited Franz Ferdinand's Paul Thomson to fill the spot. Another veteran in the Glasgow scene, Patrick Doyle of the Royal We, was brought in to fill bass duties, and the foursome recorded a proper record in 2008. Correcto's self-titled debut album was released February 25, and videos for "Do It Better" and "Joni" followed.
Jason Lymangrover, Rovi

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