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Zero 7 are a Grammy nominated downtempo styled musical duo comprising Henry Binns and Sam Hardaker from the United Kingdom. The band's songs feature vocals from Mozez, Sia Furler, Tina Dico, Sophie Barker, José González, and for the first time, Henry Binns providing backing vocals on the third album, The Garden. There are many rumours about how the band got their name. The main rumour stems from a nightclub the duo visited in Honduras called 'Zero' which played only seven songs. Another rumour is that their name came from a nightclub they visited in Mexico, named Zero Siete.

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