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  1. are a English indie rock/dance punk band, based in London

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  2. The word 'klaxon' is derived from the Greek verb klazō, meaning "to shriek", and most commonly refers to air-raid sirens or other warning devices

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  3. Following the success of previous singles "Magick" and "Golden Skans", the band released their debut album, Myths of the Near Future on January 29, 2007

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  4. The album won the 2007 Nationwide Mercury Prize

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  5. After playing numerous festivals and headlining tours worldwide (including the NME Indie Rave Tour) during late 2006 - early 2007, the band started working on their follow-up album in October 2007

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