Electric atmosphere at Fenech-Soler’s Peterborough show

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ELECTRO pop stars Fenech-Soler wowed the crowds of their home city as they launched their debut album at HMV’s Queensgate store in Peterborough.

About 70 people crammed HMV, in Queensgate, for the Peterborough four-piece, who played tracks off their self-titled debut, which came out yesterday (Monday).

Fenech-Soler wowed the crowds as they launched their debut album at HMV's Queensgate store in Peterborough. (METP-27-09-10BD206) Picture: Ben Davis

Fenech-Soler wowed the crowds as they launched their debut album at HMV's Queensgate store in Peterborough. (METP-27-09-10BD206) Picture: Ben Davis

The watching crowd cheered and clapped during the band’s “stripped out” acoustic set for the afternoon show.

And rather than skipping out, Fenech-Soler – who feature brothers Ben and Ross Duffy, from King’s Cliffe, and their friends Daniel Soler, of Stamford, and Andrew Lindsay, from Stibbington – stuck around for a signing session.

The first to have his record signed by the foursome was Oundle youngster Alex Barlow.

The 16-year-old said: “It was great.

Fenech-Soler wowed the crowds as they launched their debut album at HMV's Queensgate store in Peterborough. (METP-27-09-10BD205) Picture: Ben Davis

Fenech-Soler wowed the crowds as they launched their debut album at HMV's Queensgate store in Peterborough. (METP-27-09-10BD205) Picture: Ben Davis

“It was the first time I’ve seen them live and it was great to meet them.”