|Our Daughter's Wedding|
|Origin||New York, NY, USA|
|Genre||Synthpop, new wave|
|Years active||1980–1984, 2012|
|Associated acts||Rock and Hyde|
|Past members||Layne Rico|
Our Daughter's Wedding were an American synthpop trio from New York, consisting of Layne Rico on Synare synthesizer, Keith Silva on vocals and keyboards, and Scott Simon on bass-synth and saxophone.
They toured with other bands of the day including U2, Duran Duran, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, Iggy Pop, The Psychedelic Furs and frequently appeared on MTV as guest hosts. Their television resume also included various shows on BBC Television.
The group released the Digital Cowboy EP on EMI in 1981, produced by Colin Thurston. The EP was recorded at Chipping Norton Recording Studios in England (with notes "no sequencers used"), and it featured "Target for Life" which had a similar sound to early Talk Talk hits that came a year later. The three other tracks are "Hotel Room" "Dance Floor," and "No One's Watching."
After Digital Cowboy, the band released an album in 1982 - Moving Windows. The record was co-produced by David Spradly who gave the music a prescient hip hop sound. Locked in a recording contract and with no record or tour support, the band remained on the road for one year touring the country with The Psychedelic Furs. In 1984, after that tour, the band dissolved, only to resurface in 2012 with a new record label (Dreamfield Records) and a new release, "Life's A Party".
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