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Infantjoy

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  • Formed: England
  • Years Active: 2000s

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Biography All Music Guide

All Music Guide:

James Banbury and Paul Morley formed Infantjoy in the early 2000s. Banbury was involved with the Auteurs since the group's debut album and has taken part in numerous recording sessions as a cellist, keyboardist, string arranger, programmer, engineer, and producer. He's on recordings by Natalie Imbruglia, Tricky, Snow Patrol, and U2, and his cello can also be heard on the theme to Star Trek: Enterprise. Morley, a frequent talking head on BBC2's Newsnight, among other programs, is a journalist and author who came up through the NME and positioned himself at the center of the ZTT label during the '80s (he was in the Art of Noise and could very well be the person responsible for the multi-format/multi-part single phenomenon). Where the Night Goes, a concept album inspired in large part by the work of Erik Satie, was released on Sony BMG in the U.K. during November of 2005.