Since the four-piece began they've managed to gig at most well-known North East venues and, according to their roster of notable performances, have played alongside the likes of The Slits, Dum Dum Girls, Veronica Falls, The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, Crocodiles, These New Puritans and Yuck.
What does TNPS stand for?
TNPS stands for These New Puritans (London, England band)
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This year, they've populated the top 10 with people like Beth Cosentino of Best Coast, Jack Barnett of These New Puritans and a chap called Darwin Not Deez.
These New Puritans are one, a band who have received positive reviews at home and form part of the UK's promotional literature in Austin.
Now those salty sea dogs have added These New Puritans to their bill.
Along with bands such as the Horrors and These New Puritans, the female four-piece's strict monochrome wardrobe and 60s mod-goth makeup have been providing a moody alternative to the neon and glo-sticks of nu-rave in indie clubs.
At the end of the month they are holding a showcase of up and coming talent with The Noisettes topping the bill, with support from These New Puritans, Friendly Fires, Late Of The Pier and a DJ set from the Rakes - all for pounds 12.
No ordinary Essex boys and girl are THESE NEW PURITANS.