Spleen produces acoustic Pop-Rock combining a multitude of musical influences, styles and flavours. The mixture of acoustic and electric guitars together with elements of string instruments and a unique voice creates the characteristic sound of the band. THE EARLY YEARS (2003-2004) The creative output of the first two years can be heard on Spleen's first album 'Heels over head' that was released in October 2003 and is available in most record shops in Luxembourg. Spleen had the opportunity to record at Duke's studio in Belgium. Working with the Belgian band Venus'sound engineer proved a valuable experience for the band. TWO YEARS LATER (2004-2005) Spleen has been busy writing and recording songs for the new album 'Uncoated'. There have been a few changes since the last album. Fränk now plays the bass guitar, so obviously there are no more keyboards. Also, there are no more violin tracks, as the style of the new CD took a different direction from the previous album. The new album was recorded in Luxembourg and provided all members with precious experience and advice from a sound engineer and producer. Most songs are collaboration between songwriter Cédric and lyrics writers Isabelle and Fränk. They range from political criticism, over general issues in society, upbeat music, to very personal statements. PRESENT (2005-2008) After the promotion of the 2005 Album 'Uncoated', Isabelle decided to move to the UK and Spleen was forced to look for a new singer. In 2006, the actual singer Françoise joined the band. After a one year production, Spleen is proud to present their new album 'Spleenatic' in January 2008. The voice is different, song writing has become more mature, string arrangements are supporting the songs but the overall style remained the same.