The Ting Tings

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The Ting Tings

The Ting Tings performing at the Mod Club Theatre in Toronto, March 2009
Background information
Origin Salford, Greater Manchester, England
Genres Indie pop, indie rock, dance-punk, synthpunk, indietronica, New Wave, post-punk revival[1]
Years active 2004–present
Labels Columbia, Switchflicker, Roc Nation
Associated acts TKO, Babakoto, Mojo Pin, Dear Eskiimo
Website www.thetingtings.com
Members
Katie White
Jules de Martino

The Ting Tings are an English duo Pop-Retro rock indie band formed in England in 2004. They are famous for the studio album We Started Nothing and famous for the hit pop singles Shut Up and Let Me Go, Great DJ, That's Not My Name, and Be The One. The pop band is only a 2 member band with Katie White and Jules De Martino. The band members met whilst at Leeds University.

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