ONE-HIT wonders from the 2000s reunite for comeback performances in the United Kingdom, 15 years after their chart-topping success and subsequent band separation.
The trio were most recognised for their track In This City, which reached its highest position at number thirty-five on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.
Iglu & Hartly recently reunited to perform in various cities across the UK, including Glasgow, Manchester, and London.
The original band member's were Jarvis Anderson, Sam Martin, and Simon Katz who all met in University.
Shortly after the band formed, Luis Rosiles, joined as their drummer.
The current members are Jarvis, Luis, and Michael Bucher.
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Iglu & Hartly were an American pop rock band who signed to Mercury Records, after releasing their debut UK single Violent & Young.
After recently performing in Manchester, the trio took to Instagram to share their appreciation, writing: "Manchester YOU WERE BEAUTIFUL!!
"In the hot hot heat of the intimate and incredible. We shared lyrics, sweat and harmony!! What an amazing experience! A true sing along! HUGE LOVE!!!"
Similarly after performing in London, they wrote: "LONDON!!! What an incredible night of high energy, high emotions and incredible smiles from HUNDREDS of Iglu FAM!!!
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"It’s official, the Iglu & Hartly community is stronger than ever!!! I will always remember how this entire crowd jumped with me for most of the set!!!
"Sing along was in FULL EFFECT and meeting so many of you was a blast!!!! Huge love!!!!! Until next year!!"
Could the trio be back for good?
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