|Cultural origins||Late 2010s, United Kingdom|
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Britpop revival or Britpop revivalists is an alternative rock subgenre and is the period following Britpop in the late early 2010s, when the media were identifying a "new generation" of guitar bands influenced by acts like Oasis and Blur.
With the disappearance of bands like Oasis or Blur in the 2000s. In the beginning and middle of the 2010s began to appear the first bands of Britpop revival very influenced by Oasis and Blur.
The first band was Viva Brother (formerly called Brother) in 2010, magazines like NME and The Guardian were named as the first band of Britpop revival. In 2011 they published their first LP Famous First Words that obtained poor critics on the part of the musical press.
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