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The Accelerants

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Rising from the ashes of D-Super that prematurely disbanded following the release of its acclaimed debut album Straight to the Sun, The Accelerants combine songwriting smarts with a passion for playing – and it’s an explosive mix.

Following D-Super’s demise, frontman and songwriter Marty Squire survived a car accident and along the way rediscovered his passion for making and playing music. The Accelerants retain Squire’s splashes of surf guitar and acerbic lyrical flashes heard in D-Super and combines them with a retro rock swagger that pays tribute to the past but still sounds fresh.

Squire is joined by dynamic drummer Ricky Boyd (ex-Canvas), long tall John Douglas (ex-Marineville) and Leo on keyboards.

A live favourite in their hometown of Wellington, The Accelerants have also performed in Auckland, and were previously known as The Shining Path.

Band Members:
Marty Squire (guitar, vocals)
Ricky Boyd (drums)
Luke Hutching (bass)
Leo Francis (keyboards)
Graeme Cummack (guitar)

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