White Rose Movement are a post-punk / electro band from London, comprised of Finn Vine (vocals), Jasper Milton (guitar), Owen Dyke (bass), Poppy Corby-Tuech (keys), and Edward Harper (drums). Named after the German anti-Nazi resistance movement White Rose, they mix the post-punk style and attitude of early bands of the genre such as Joy Division and The Chameleons with a more new romantic image reminiscent of Duran Duran, Depeche Mode, and A Flock of Seagulls. Add to that some modern electroclash and post-punk revival influences and you can realise why they were asked to support Nine Inch Nails, Placebo, Bloc Party, The Strokes, and Gary Numan.
Their first album, Kick, was produced by British producer Paul Epworth and released on April 17, 2006 after a long period of media hype and critical acclaim from the British indie music press. The band is currently working on their as yet untitled second album and if it’s only half as good as its predecessor chances are they will be filling arenas in no time.