The Dig is an American Rock band based in New York City, consisting of Emile Mosseri (bass/vocals), David Baldwin (guitar/vocals), Erick Eiser (keyboards/guitar), and Mark Demiglio (drums). The band released its debut album Electric Toys in 2010, followed by Midnight Flowers in 2012, and two EPs, Tired Hearts and You & I in 2013. History: The Dig's singers Emile Mosseri and David Baldwin started playing in a band together when they were 10 years old. The band used to rehearse next door to The Strokes, which led to early comparisons between the two bands. Since releasing their debut album, they have toured or performed with such bands as The Lumineers, The Antlers,The Walkmen,Portugal. The Man, and Editors. Electric Toys (2010): In 2010, the band released their debut album, Electric Toys, which was produced by Bryce Goggin who has worked with Pavement, Ramones and Swans. As explained by Mosseri in an interview with UK/US music Web site There Goes the Fear, the album title is a...
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