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Leader Cheetah are a four-piece band from Adelaide, South Australia with roots in Americana, alternative country and indie rock genres. Formed in 2007 by members of defunct Adelaide bands Pharaohs and Bad Girls of the Bible, the band have toured nationally and appeared at festivals such as Splendour in the Grass, Big Day Out, St Jerome's Laneway Festival and Come Together. They have also toured alongside such high-profile international acts as Interpol, Dinosaur Jr. and Dan Auerbach, Blitzen Trapper and Elbow. In 2008 they were cited as one of Triple J's 'Next Crop' artist for their first single "Bloodlines", whose parent album The Sunspot Letters went on to high rotation on the National youth broadcaster as a feature album upon its 2009 release. In the wake of the album's release Leader Cheetah embarked on a series of National tours alongside Cloud Control, and in 2009 frontman Dan Crannitch appeared on popular SBS program RocKwiz alongside Sarah Blasko. Their sophomore album...


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