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Super Furry Animals (Guto Pryce; Dafydd Ieuan; Huw ('Bunf') Bunford; Cian Ciaran; Gruff Rhys)

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Super Furry Animals (Guto Pryce; Dafydd Ieuan; Huw ('Bunf') Bunford; Cian Ciaran; Gruff Rhys)

by Sophie Keyworth
C-type colour print, 20 November 2009
14 1/2 in. x 20 7/8 in. (367 mm x 531 mm) overall
Given by National Museum Wales: Cardiff: UK, 2010
Photographs Collection
NPG x133182

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From left to right: Guto Pryce, Dafydd Ieuan, Huw 'Bunf' Bunford, Cian Ciaran, Gruff Rhys.
Since forming in Cardiff in 1993, the group has written lyrics in both Welsh and English. The band
was signed by Creation Records in 1995. Since their debut album Fuzzy Logic (1996), eight albums have followed, most recently Dark Days/Light Years (2009).
Photographed at the Coal Exchange, Cardiff

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